Floating in the dead sea with his trustee WASH manual
Murray spent a week running a training/simulation for the WASH teams around the globe. It is great to get everybody to get together to share what is working from their part of the globe and encourage other teams with suggestions on how to work out solutions for problems. It is also important to put names to faces, much easier to deal with people long distance when you know who you are talking to. During the training they ran an emergency simulation to prepare staff for a refugee emergency situation where they have to provide life saving water and sanitation services for refugees fleeing conflict and persecution. They also paid a visit to the Zataari refugee camp in Jordan which is home to 80,000 Syrians.
Murray was staying near the dead sea and managed a quick dip before flying home.
Our overseas move started in 2005, with a brief vacation in India. Then we joined the Tsunami relief team in Sri Lanka for a couple of years. We were then based in Nairobi, Kenya for 9yrs. Now based in Geneva, Switzerland for the past 3 years with Murray in a global role still travelling around to the hot spots. Hoping to make the most of being in Europe.... full info