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Published: January 25th 2016
Water at KARUCO
ETI's Jan Hansen feels KARUCO's water as Bishop Bagonza and Dr. Katabaro pump. Wow!
First morning in Kayanga. Early church for our team. All from different time zones but all awake during the three hour service. It is a joy to be part of the music and to see so many women involved in the service. None of our team knew what the Swahili sermon was saying but Brighton was good at translating. We were introduced and spoke at the service, saw old friends and received gifts from the auction (maize, mangos). After a rest we headed to a tour of KARUCO. What a highlight!
Water pump and water flowing at KARUCO.
(Internet is spotty so pics later.)
4 beautiful water tanks built with piping from each building except Administration.
Water harvesting system and security all established.
A new girls dorm funded by a European partner.
A new dorm being constructed. Funded by a European partner.
Labs in Phase II of construction.
Full time (24/7) security guards patrolling KARUCO.
A funding promise from another foreign partner to bring power to KARUCO.
Our team is doing well and appreciates all the support from the ETI family.
More details to come. I want to post
Walter & Jan
Bumping into the Water Resource Manager at church.
while connection is good.
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