|Finally, arriving in Kalemie|
|So happy to be with friends in Kalemie!|
|Our view (for a few days!), thank you |
Guy and Mama Tete!
At UNHCR now, OCHA's Internet is down....met with head of office here and now with project manager who is on the phone tying to delay a truck heading to camps today for tomorrow- so we will have to purchase ALL of our latrine materials today and send on the truck tomorrow. Then they will arrange to get us (me, Ethan, Rocco and kaka) up to the camps where we will be for approx. 12 days. The partner organization will be IRD whom we will meet with the head of office after I finish here.
:) This is such a crazy life/operation, I am constantly challenged but I enjoy it, I want nothing more than to see this project (and more) through to success.
I can't be more thankful to everyone who supported this endeavor past present and future- the need is so great and the money is so small in comparison, it's uncanny how little can go SOOOOO FAR!!!!!!!
I can name every single person that has donated to this cause in particular and every single one of you have made and are making a difference. As I get to reap the thank you's on the ground here, I send to you Thank you. Thank you for your support, your compassion and perseverance in The REEL Project.
And for now, again, I am off. I don't know when I will have access again to Internet, possibly today, tonight or not for two weeks :-/