Boy, I’m very behind in posting about the many projects (and will post more soon). In sum, we’ve now done: three water tanks, two sets of public toilets, several rounds of rehydration pack distribution, two water pipes, which in some
Like a lot of the villages, Hilisaloo really needs toilets. (So to end the current practice of simply doing one’s business in the woods, whereupon flies return from the lightly buried poo piles to the villager food, causing disease, diarrhea,
This time in Bawagosali, or rather an offshoot of that village in which the people aren’t close enough to the main village’s water source. This will make clean and drinkable what is now watery hole in the ground. This tank
The good news is that Damo successfully organized rehydration pack distributions in the villages of Hilisaloo and Bothosi, for what is now our second round of successful runs in both villages. The people were very happy, and now firmly believe
Damien just distributed 1250 re-hydration packs to 50 families in the village of Botohosi! The people were very happy!
We’re now off on our first crack at distributing re-hydration packs, this time to two villages, Botohosi, a small village about 3ks up a terrible road, and Hilisaloo, where we’ve already built a water tank. Botohosi is in especially desperate
And having fun, over beer.