Still lots of work to do, but making progress on faster internet. Here are a few recent emails from Liberia.
From: Paul Whesseh
To: Steve Skinner
Cc: Honorable Representative Evans Koah; Peter Wonokay
Sent: Mon, February 7, 2011 11:25:20 AM
Subject: Re: Greetings from Atlanta, Georgia, USA
We finally discussed the issue of the VSAT. We will loan it to WACC, Saclepea for a period of one year without compensation. The status will be reviewed after the one year period. Mr Wonokay has been asked to meet Rev. Monmia for the MOU. I hope they can start on it today cause we concluded over the week end.
Paul T. Whesseh, BSc, MD
From: Hilton Bleetan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Seve Skinner <email@example.com>
Sent: Mon, February 7, 2011 11:23:37 AM
Subject: I write to congratulate you and your organization (WACC)
I am exceedingly to extend my heart-felt thanks and appreciations to WACC for bring relief to our people through your many humanitarian assistance, most especially the computer Cafe established
Your dreams will come to light by the grace of God. The program is going on fine. The community is excited and has expressed her support for the program. Computer and Internet Classes are going on well.
The result of our few days operation here is encouraging remarkable. I want to again say a very big thank you to WACC’s officials for remembering us.
May God continues to richly bless you all for being kind and helpful to Liberia, especially Saclepea, Nimba County.
Mentor Hilton Bleetan
From: Saclepea community Computer center
To: Steve Skinner
Sent: Fri, February 4, 2011 12:57:49 PM
Subject: Re: How is it going?
We are happy to hear from you.
Classes are going very well. All our students (both young and old) are excited about learning in the computer lab with modern equipments. Since we closed registration for the first phase, would- be students are asking about second phase registration which takes place next week Saturday.
Within a week, we will have a good sum of earned revenue in the center’s account.
We praise God for the West Africa Crossroads Cop. Family for this great development program in Saclepea, Nimba County, Liberia, West Africa.
That’s a GREAT news! Thank you, Sir!