A HEALTHY CHANGE FOR A COMMUNITY IN EL SALVADOR
CBM is working with a local partner in El Salvador, ENLACE, to support health and sanitation within impoverished communities. Through the latrine project, families are able to replace their pit latrines with composting latrines, which prevent waste from contaminating water sources. Nearly half of El Salvador’s rural population suffers from inadequate waste disposal
November 19 is World Toilet Day, which raises awareness about improving hygiene and sanitation practices around the world to prevent the spread of disease. About 60 per cent of the global population either have no toilet at home or one that doesn’t safely manage waste, says information from the United Nations. At schools around the world, 900 million children also
A team of youth pastors from across Canada will be embarking on a trip to El Salvador on October 13, returning on October 20. Through CBM’s SENT program, which provides Canadians with hands-on global discipleship experiences, the team will be connecting with local church leaders and community members. As they visit
Adrian Gardner, Discipleship Programs Facilitator is in El Salvador with a team from Lancaster Baptist Church (Saint John, NB.) Pray for Adrian as he meets with partners to explore opportunities for more service-oriented trips. Pray that those interactions would be fruitful. Pray also that local churches have a clear vision for bringing
We hope this update finds you well. Thank you for your continued prayers and support of the work God is doing in Latin America through theological education and academic discipleship. We believe that this year’s courses will be life giving to our students. A lot of the teaching we do is online. Just the other
Your time in El Salvador will include church and beneficiary visits, hands-on ministry involvement, and conversation around how your youth group could partner with the church in El Salvador. The estimated total cost is $1,950. This includes flights, insurance, and all ground costs.