Impact Experience

EOS offers several trips a year to travel to Nicaragua and Honduras to see the impact being made to help families lift themselves out of poverty. Additionally you will have the opportunity to install life-changing technologies and gain a deeper understanding of Central America.

Want to travel with EOS and see the impact that you are making happen? These are not mission trips – they’re adventure impact trips. We play hard, work hard and love getting to know the people who are a part of EOS International. On this trip, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about Central American history and culture, and to gain a deeper understanding of the value of safe drinking water. You’ll journey through the lush countryside to meet rural villagers that have committed to maintaining safe water for the betterment of their community and country. You’ll see first-hand how we can overcome our world’s most critical food and water challenges when we work together.

 

Trip Dates:

Nicaragua -November 8-12, 2020

Hondruas – February 2021

Nicaragua – November 2021

 

Trip Cost: Trip cost is $1,500 in total including double occupancy accommodations, projects, meals, ground transportation, and other activities. Airfare is not included.

How long is the trip? Five days including travel to/from the United States.

Who leads the trips? EOS International US and In-Country team.

Do I need vaccinations? Ask your doctor for the most up to date medical information.

Where will we go? Each trip varies but usually trips will include arriving and travelling around the capital city, visiting EOS’ headquarters in Esteli (Nicaragua) or Marcala (Honduras), include community visits to see our work in action, and finally spend some time the country’s natural reserves.

What will we be doing? Impact Experience trips include personal visits to customer beneficiaries to see the technologies in action and provide an opportunity to learn about how it has impacted their life. You will also have time for some fun trips exploring the beautiful countryside of Nicaragua or Honduras.

Testimonial:

“Traveling with EOS was an amazing experience that allowed me to get a close-up view of the work being done in Nicaragua. It was also a terrific way to see different parts of the country, the changing landscapes and a chance to stay in an eco-lodge on a majestic coffee farm. I have been attending EOS events and reading the newsletters for a while, but being in Nicaragua gave me insight into both the complexity of the work and the ingenious simplicity of the equipment being used to clean water. The highlight of the trip was seeing the chlorinators at work. Prior to taking the trip, I imagined the chlorinators to be large and cumbersome. That couldn’t be further from the truth. The chlorinators are small but mighty! Standing on top of the water tank in one of the remote villages we visited and knowing that a device that is only a few inches in size chlorinates water for over 1500 people was truly astounding. It was also remarkable to see the level of community involvement at every step of the planning, implementation and evaluation process. I was extremely impressed with EOS’s ability to continue working in Nicaragua under unstable political conditions. Most not-for-profit organizations left the country during the civil unrest, but EOS stayed true to the mission of the organization and did not abandon the vision of providing clean water. I am proud to support EOS!” – Ursuala Winkiewicz, Nicaragua Trip 2019

 

Click Here to Download a Brochure for the Nicaragua Impact Trip.

Click Here to Download a Brochure for the Honduran Impact Trip


Questions?
Email: 
info@eosintl.org

I think the world needs more people like the EOS staff: warm-hearted, hard working, and generous. The work they are doing here is exceptional. To donate to EOS is not just money to a good cause, it’s the sharing of knowledge and community throughout San Isidro to better the current and future generations.”

 

– Patrick Ward, ISU student of Engineering

I think EOS has great development principles in their focus on sustainability- sustainable projects, sustainable partnerships, and a sustainable business mode.”

 

–  Levi Naum

The amount of priceless moments are countless, but what stuck out to me most was sitting in the lookout in Ocotal and watching the lightening roll over the mountains and volcanoes. It all felt very surreal.

 

– Patrick Ward

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