Extended Stay America - Minneapolis - Eden Prairie - Technology Drive
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... maybe not in that order. To preserve the environment, we will be required to have a "hose down" before we step onto any of the ice packs and another washing upon returning to the ship. We decided that we probably would not like to bring our boots back home, so we are renting them. How much we will be able to communicate is questionable. Picture that we are at the bottom of the world. Communication satellites are positioned at the equator. ...
Today, we split into three groups to visit the sponsored children. Since Linda and I were going to see two children, we would have the longer day. We started around nine with our driver, Fred who does an incredible job driving these terrible dirt roads and never getting lost despite that there are no road signs, just dirt trails. We also had three to four WV people along. One was the interpreter, one knew the territory and the children the third was out picture taker. ...
... break it down in smaller quantities and sell it in neighboring communities. Evidently, the company was a roaring success. These are the types of programs that WV introduces to a community in order to make them self sufficient. We ended our visit with about seventy school kids. We started by each of us blowing bubbles. Now I know that sounds corny (and I said I didn't think it would go over, but...). Try to imagine the look on their faces in seeing the bubbles for ...
Well, it is obvious that we will not be able to send any reports out until maybe, Monday at the earliest, as there is not internet connection in Moyo or Choma, where we spend the nights. I will just hope to write each day and send them out whenever. This morning started with a briefing at World Vision regional office with an up date on the Moyo project. WV started work in Moyo three years ago and has been making good progress. In Zambia, malaria is the biggest ...
... years ago. Even given the benefits with joining with WV, not every region wants to do so - many do "not trust" any outside organization and fear that sponsoring a child could actually mean that the outside source would "kidnap" the child at some point. We sat with the Chief for about forty-five minutes listening to him and asking questions. He was very excited about the prospects for his community given the WV partnership After visiting the Chief, we headed out to ...