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... gone but the hernia wasn’t. And so it goes. People are so poor, most have had no education on how to budget or handle money, and there are so many tempting things out there, and the local cultures are very permissive about such situations. Once the money is in your hand, whatever was ever was said previously doesn’t necessarily count. That’s something I often cover in leadership seminars here.
Anyway, I hope he uses it to pay down his ...
... That took a few minutes. Then, from the way he was looking at the screen and muttering, I could tell he was facing some other complication.
After a while, he asked me, "Does this flight go through Libreville (Gabon)?" I said I didn’t remember but if he’d hand me back my printout I would look. Yes, the flight went through Libreville. “Ah” he said “that explains it!” But then he couldn’t find me a seat that would be the ...
... out of the blue - finding an empty room. Uh oh. Something's wrong... but what? We looked at all the screens, and only one of them had any pertinent information on it. All I could see were that a few flights had just left, but none of them were Kenya Airways flights. The plot thickens... But before it all could set in, a Kenya Airways agent called us over and told us that the flight had been canceled. There had been no notice even though Kenya Airways had our ...
... was getting warmer. This section of Kinshasa has not been receiving electricity during the day time. It comes pretty regularly from 11:00 pm until 6:00 or 7:00 in the morning, then the Government Power Company shuts it down.
The DRC actually exports electricity to South Africa among other places. The huge Inga Dams on the Congo River could have the capacity to power most of Africa. But choices are made about who will receive it, usually those who pay more for it. ...
... extern influence on their husbands to get them to do this or that, so women will approach the wives to get help. They were surprised to hear Marjolaine tell them "you need to talk directly to my husband; he’s been working here for a long time and will know best how to help." That wasn’t what they were expecting. This kind of teamwork is not the norm here.
We fellowshipped a while ...