Recently, some individuals from William Jewell College in Missouri purchased some Osana anti-mosquito soap travel bars and donation bars to take with them on a trip to Honduras.

Check out the feedback we received from one of the participants! It is amazing seeing individuals working together from all over the world to saves lives.

Hi there,

We’ve been back for about a week, I wanted to tell you what we’ve done with the OSANA bars we took to Honduras.

By the way our team used them – they work great!
-Evangelina Trejo SosaWe gave pretty good stack of bars to the “Office of Vinculization” (Which roughly translates to The Office of Community Development) at UNAH CURLA University in La Ceiba Honduras. The Director’s name is Evangelina Trejo Sosa (Pictured on right) The other woman is Dr. Lori Wetmore, (Left) the director of our Village Partners program here at Jewell.

Our thinking at this point was to introduce them to the product and allow the students, faculty and staff get acquainted with the soap. This school specializes in agriculture and works with folks in rural Honduras.
Given the current concerns about the Zika virus as well as their ongoing battles with Dengue and Malaria,
They are going to consider potential ways to utilize this product effectively – and we will get updates from them in time.
Our next trip is in January of 2017. I do know based on the results of this last trip, I will be ordering more for our next group.