The Osman Hope shelters are built to fit into the neighborhoods/areas that they serve.
The shelter in San Pedro Sula was built in 2002. It consists of a kitchen, dining room, classroom, dormitory, bathroom and green space for the children to play. We have just completed expanding this shelter by adding additional classroom space and expanding the kitchen and dining room to be able to help up to 35 children.
• Started in 2002
• 30 Children
• 5 Salaried Helpers
• Will need to expand to add more children.
The shelter in Santa Cruz de Yojoa was built in 2003. It consists of two very large rooms. One is used as a classroom/dining room. The kitchen is also in this space. The other half of the building is an open space area where the children can play when it is raining. The Director also has a small office where he does his paperwork and keeps supplies that are sent to him. There is also a green space area where the children can play. The bathrooms are in a separate building outside.
• Started in 2004
• 45 Children
• 7 Salaried Helpers
• Has capacity for 50 children
The shelter in Villanueva was constructed by the Episcopal Diocese of Honduras and resides in a very poor neighborhood where most families are employed by the maquilas (factories). This shelter is very large, consists of multiple classrooms and other offices. This shelter has the capacity of 100 children.
• Started in 2007
• 35 Children
• 4 Salaried Helpers
• Has capacity for 80 children
• Started in 2008
• 60 Children Lunch Program
• 5 Volunteer Helpers
• Currently working out of a church. Needs a shelter.
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