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... can't believe it!!
Also we were thinking that if the cost of the well was around $1000.00, which was what sister had guessed at, we would help her purchase solar panels to help with the cost of the electrical bill.
With this new cost estimate we would not be able to afford to purchase the solar panels.
The man who gave Sister the quote told her about a NGO that ...
... has to pay many KSH every 2 days to have water brought in. Can you image in North America having no water! How would we survive?
So I put it out there to all of you that are reading my blog to help me collect $1000.00 to fix Divine Provindence's well.
I am looking for 20 people to donate $50.00 to help fix the well.
If you are willing to help pls contact me through this travel blog.
Thanks so much,
... through, the trees rustling and the sound of the waves on the beach / lake edge. The lake has its own climate and somewhere around it every afternoon it's thundering and rains. I'm hoping that we don't get it here as I've had it everyday in Odede. Oh my how good was that shower. 2 weeks of grime that a bucket wash just doesn't really clean off. Ha ha had to shampoo x 2 just to get up a lather. Now having to wait as the Internet here is having problems today which ...
... together in between structured activities to chat, listen to music or engage in recreation. From a cognitive standpoint teens are developing a capacity to think hypothetically and realistically about the future. The student interviews revealed a clear focus on planning for future schooling and career paths. Each student today had numerous creative opportunities to express their individuality. Their abilities to express their morals, personal values, ...
After months of planning and anticipating and re-planning, my brother finally arrived in Kenya, via not so conventional way! He flew from New Jersey to Amsterdam - Amsterdam to Kilimanjaro - Kilimanjaro to Nairobi - Nairobi to Kisumu. The reason for this long winded journey was because at the time he booked his flight, I was suppose to be in Arusha working with another organization called ACE Africa, but that project fell through, it was far more ...