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Lizzy and Denford live in a small house which is divided into eight small rooms and occupied by four families which share a toilet (I didn’t see a shower). Their two small rooms with a combined total of probably less than 200 sq. ft., make up their kitchen (microwave and small hotplate are the only appliances), and their sleeping area. They share their two rooms with their two children age 10 and 8, ...
... been constructed at the community centre. Although they cost a lot to build, these are so elegant and have responded to the natural surroundings. Stone floors and thatched roofs, the huts are a real focal point for our land.
On top of the constructional developments, the centre has taken numerous steps to further introduce permaculture. Our community centre manager, Taurai recently took an educational visit to Uganda. This visit was sponsored by the 'send a ...
... to charge a cell phone, which is cheap in Zimbabwe
One UCG member within walking distance (by their standards), has a welding shop, and could hire members to work building carts to sell, but lacks about $1,000 in capital to buy the supplies for construction and the rent for the assembly area.
I asked Pastor Mike Mukarati to write up these needs for potential projects for the village and our people. A well would help the entire small ...
... They could be massive in size or itty-bitty. We learned that the stone they used was native to Zimbabwe and included types like Verdite and Serpentine. Prices were not set and haggling was the name of the game. Derek and I left with a few purchases. So did everyone else in our group.
Then it was back to the hotel. We had to pack up tonight because we were leaving bright early for our first day of birding. Our guide was collecting us from the hotel at 6:00 ...
... my suitcase had arrived at the airport. Oh, did I forget to mention that I had been without my suitcase for two days since we arrived in Zimbabwe? Well I had and it was a most irritating experience - probably why I neglected to include that tidbit. But the local friends took good care of me, so it wasn't so bad. And I wasn't going to let it affect my good time. Several of the delegates experienced the same tragedy, but all lost suitcases arrived within a day or two.
So we got ...