Team Omaha

Team Omaha: Building Homes, Changing The Lives Of Dump Families

September 15, 2016

By John Toney, Team Omaha Arriving late in Quito, Ecuador on July the 19, 2016, a team from Omaha, NE of 23 people arose early the next morning to join the ER team, Ricardo Vaca Maila and Luis Anibal Maila Vaca. Our purpose was to contruct a new house for Pedro and Martha Robles Guachi, […]

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Dump Family: From Green Home to Dream Home

August 25, 2015

Every day, Miguel and Jane, their daughter Patricia, their sons Luis, Edison, Miguel and Jefferson, plus two more extend family members, squeezed into their tiny home that featured green paneling near the entrance. Built with scavenged boards, the dilapidated house was all they had. In some countries, the little structure would have been condemned and the family would be out on […]

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Helping Dump Families Thrive One Home at a Time

June 27, 2015

By Tim Fausch, ER Communications Director “We used to pray to God that he wouldn’t send the rain because we had a dirt floor. Rain was our biggest fear.” It’s bad enough being dirt poor, but when even the dirt turns against you, you’ve reached the bottom. That was the situation that confronted one family […]

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