PERU: Project Update


What fun we had last Saturday! 100 modular homes provided by the Salvation Army arrived in Pisco Pueblo and Hands On Disaster Response volunteers were there to help with the assembly. After the earthquake many Pisco residents found their homes destroyed and the only housing option available was to move into a tented relocation camp. Over the past weeks, HODR volunteers have been working to clear the ruins of the fallen homes and prep the sites for the new structures. The hard work has paid off, as now many of the former camp residents are back on their own property.


2 Responses to “PERU: Project Update”

  1. Juanpablo says:

    Any word on a possible project in Mexico after the flooding?

  2. This is exciting news! I’m still planning on coming down to Peru to help, and may be bringing a friend along too. If all goes according to plan, we’ll arrive a few days before Christmas! This is a wonderful project.

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