It was a long day today as we began our work at 7 AM and ended at 4 PM. Our first visit was to a community named Jerusalem. 600 nomadic people live here—we are installing a water system for them. The drinking water is done and now we are working on an irrigation system. The underground tank can store 25,000 litres of rain water.
There are 3 dugouts like this for agriculture.
After visiting Jerusalem, we went to Segera Mission to work on the school and health projects.
We also opened Baby Maddy’s School today. It was a happy and sad time for all of us but especially for Maddy’s grandparents Richard and Cindy Wright.
Rick Wiebe (3rd from left) is the project manager for this region and is dedicated to the work here.
It was a great day. Thank you all for your support.