Residents of the small, marginalized community of Los Molinos make tippy taps (portable handwashing stations) out of recycled 3 liter plastic bottles. Handwashing at critical times is proven to drastically reduce gastrointestinal infections. This handwashing workshop is part of an Integrated Household Sanitation Project organized by Water and Sanition Volunteer Tasha and Community President Palacios. The residents will also be trained on Routes of Contamination, Handwashing and Home Water Treatment, Solid Waste Management, and Deforrestation. They will plant 60 trees. The women who cook on an open fire will build improve cookstoves, which improve respiratory health and reduce firewood consumption. Those who defecate in the open field will build bathrooms.