World Vision – International

Trip to Honduras

In February 2016, Kelvin visited Honduras with partner organization, World Vision. In 2015, World Vision pioneered the Entrepreneurship and Employment with Technology program which gives children a boost with technology skills and new ways of thinking. This is a child protection program utilizing STEM education to ensure vulnerable children in the capital city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras are equipped with the skills that will unlock their future. World Vision installed computer labs in several area schools and equipped 145 teachers to instruct nearly 1,000 students on how to use and repair computers. It was a first for many of the students, who had previously learned about computers just by looking at pictures. Kelvin also visited the Water Project to learn about agricultural and entrepreneurial advancements taking place in this modest area.