Dr. Luka came from his clinic about 2 hours away to inspect the hand pump and water to ensure its safety for village consumption.
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From Water for Wunlang
Bricks made by the villagers of Wunlang for their school. They're arranged into their own kilns. The fireboxes are the openings at the bottom. Wood burns for a week to fire the bricks.
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From Wunlang School Construction
With the drilling done, the rig will be on its way to the next location fortunate enough to get clean drinking water.
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Clearing land to be used for small-scale agriculture programs.
From Wunlang Multi-purpose Community Center
We employ local South Sudanese builders, trained from prior work and now running their own business!
From Thiou Village Project
Currently the students are writing in the dirt. But the day will come when the students will be sitting at their desks with their exercise books in their new classroom!
Even as the classrooms were finished, they became social centers. Here men are playing dominoes.
The contractor for Thiou Freedom School has built other classrooms in the area.
From Our web site slide show
Students inspect the newly-installed desks in a classroom. Go to our "School's Open" gallery to see the desks in use!
From With Video! Desk Construction
As on many job sites, music keeps the work going.
We're so happy to provide jobs for the people of Southern Sudan.
We also stored the corrugated iron sheeting for the roof and iron bars inside.
The teachers' office. Note the bags of cement stored on the right-hand side. The rainy season has some dry, sunny days, and our cement is waiting safely for work to continue on those days.
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A block of four classrooms, ready for the roof.
We got everything to work. Lisa is blogging in the shade house.
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From Communication technology comes to Wunlang
Our field manager's house, with the solar panel for charging his satellite phone. The front room of his house is made of woven straw. It's nice and cool inside, and it's easy to make an opening for a power cord.
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The drilling rig is almost as tall as these date palms.
From Children of Wunlang
From VHSS Solar Project Field Photos