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... offices (Emmaus Centers) around the country with a Corrector overseeing his region.
5. The Centers then try to open successive sub-centers to get the courses available locally, in ever-further out villages.
We visited a sub-center one morning in a fishing village on Lake Tangayika. This ECS distributor has 140 Kirundi langauge students, 40 using French courses and 10 ...
... The water supply to my house stopped, the tank was empty, great timing with 3 people in the apartment. Only the next day in the afternoon it was filled by kids carrying large jerrycans pulling them up and pouring it in the tank. But that is the system, I am glad to have running water again. The large water kettle I bought leaked but M found one that I could borrow, it was hard to lift pots with hot water. The guests from LifeNet went back to the city. Was great ...
Lucky for me I had that as I had to sit a long time on the Uganda tarmac due to the pouring rain I think.
The building noises in Kigali airport have quieted down but today there are a lot of people talking here, so no sleeping, in any case it is midday and I can sleep in a very comfortable bed tonight.
The bed was so good that I slept almost 10 hours, after that I started the debriefing and planning with several staff members of LifeNet. Uganda ...
This morning we tried to anticipate the 7:00 AM breakfast at the King's Conference Center. I thought I could rouse the staff in letting them know politely that we would appreciate being able to leave before it got too late. It worked very well yesterday, but I think we may have used up the "please help us" card with yesterday's request. Moise showed up with his young daughter today. She is only 6 years old. Even though my daughters are younger than she, I couldn't help be reminded of ...
... the rain, transporting, fruit, milk, furniture, and a host of other wares. After an hour we finally hit the good pavement, the section of road through Cibitoke Province that has recently been resurfaced by, I believe, the European Union; the difference is enormous.
We cruised the last 20 or so kms north to Rugombo then turned east for the last 7 or 8 kms to Mugina. The last stretch of dirt road, was in the worst shape I had ever seen it. We would ...
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