Okay, we made it home. As far as seventeen hour flights go, this one was pretty easy. VERY hard to post the last few days due to torrential rains, loss of internet, and leaving all the computers in Saclepea as we made our way home. Quick update:
We stand a pretty good chance of getting a free VSAT ($5000 US value) to improve our internet capability. (Still have to pay $400 per month.)
The first computer course SOLD OUT and started today! Wow. We are thrilled.
Patients are sleeping in the hospital beds. I can’t tell you how elated Sandy and I are to see them being used so quickly. And the doctor at the clinic says nearly all the medical supplies we brought will be very useful to him. That’s about 7 tons of lifesaving equipment.
We met with Equip Liberia on Saturday and we’re looking for ways to partner with them in the future. Their work is very broad and includes eliminating gender based violence, improving sanitation, providing medical assistance, and helping with education. Pretty close mesh with what WACC does.
City of Saclepea has indicated they want to GIVE us a 1/8th acre plot of land in the center of town to build a stand-alone computer and library center. Not sure where we will get money for the structure, but that is good news.
I’ll try to get that music up pretty quick.
Gotta’ go; lots to do here in the USA.
Blessings to all our readers.
Steve and Sandy