At a GlanceLifesong for Orphans, in partnership with Tree of Life Ministry, is working in Honduras to provide HOPE to the Hopeless, HELP to the Helpless, & HEALING to the Hurting at Plan Escalon School.
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Escalon is translated “a plan to escalate” and is used to describe the hope for children to escalate out of poverty and brokenness. Our students attend school and live on the Plan Escalon campus. Students also receive job skill training and micro-business opportunities such as: glass etching, managing a bakery, growing a private label coffee, and operating two small retail stores. To learn new skills and potentially generate income for his/her family, each student is equipped with hands-on experience and challenged to open a business within the community.
Escalon is translated “a plan to escalate” and is used to describe the hope for children to escalate out of poverty and brokenness.
IMPACT of Lifesong Honduras & Tree of Life:
- Teaching Christian education to the poorest of youth
- Feeding students 3 meals every day
- Providing vocational training & micro-business opportunities
- Creating access to free medical and dental clinics to those in need
- Training young people to give back to their communities
- Reaching people in the jungles of the Mosquito Coast
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