After breakfast, we returned to Ipeti Embera. The same groups went back to the same homes as before, where we continued to build. The work included making cement by collecting rocks, carrying cement mix bags and then mixing the rocks. This cement was used to create level surfaces and walls for the structure. I was shocked about how much the families reached out to us. One woman brought around bananas for people to eat while they worked. Also, the children were very excited to reach out to us and test out the English they had learned in school. Overall, the work was very challenging physically, but it was definitely worth it. Although we did not completely finish the latrines, they will be completed by future brigades to come.