We arrived at the compound in the morning after our red-eye flight. We went to the community (Ipeti Embera) after lunch at noon to begin our public health brigade. The community was about a fifteen minute bus ride away. Once we arrived, we split into several groups and each group was assigned to a family’s home. Then each group was assigned to carry multiple cinder blocks to each home to be used for the construction of a latrine and shower. Each group began laying the foundation. These sanitation stations will help the overall public health of the community as a whole since it works to promote better hygiene practices and provides a higher quality of living than what they previously had. We worked alongside family members and masons from the community.