Education & nutrition for 166 children in Honduras

by Fly The Phoenix
Nov 8, 2010

Secondary school students take art classes

A proud artist
A proud artist

The secondary school students in San Rafael, Honduras have been busy over the last 4 weeks working on their art project. They were provided with painting materials and broadly instructed to paint either still life or scenery. However, the key was to use their imagination and creativity.

They spent about 2-3 hours a week on their art project. For students that do not have exposure to art outside of the school, they showed real promise. The results were stunning! As can be seen, the students were very proud of their work (as were we)!

The Secondary school is completely funded by donations, before we brought teachers in for the older kids they had no access to higher education, thanks so much for your support.

The Students show off their work
The Students show off their work

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Fly The Phoenix

Location: Clare, Suffolk - United Kingdom
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Project Leader:
Dom Williams
Antigua, Sacatepequez Guatemala
$16,297 raised of $38,600 goal
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