Honduras Water Project
Spend three weeks in May on a service-learning field course in Honduras.
Join a team of student volunteers for three weeks in May alongside a beautiful, local community on a service-learning experience in Honduras. Participants of the Honduras Water Project, run by the Micah Centre at The King’s University, have the opportunity to help bring running water to impoverished people in rural areas by working on simple, effective, and low-maintenance gravity water systems, while experiencing and learning from the local culture.
King’s students have the option of taking the Honduras Water Project for course credit.
The King’s University has partnered with World Renew (CRWRC) for over 20 years on the Honduras Water Project.
Visit the Micah Centre's page online or the office located at The King's University for more information.
Contact the Registration and Student Finance Office to take this program for credit. King’s recommends taking this program in your second year of study or later.
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