You wouldn't believe just how much of an impact your generosity makes to the Omwabini community. The tractors, disc ploughs, lorry are now all out on jobs bringing in some much needed income that supports a good part of the living expenses of the orphans and the cost of their schooling.
The new on site high school opening will be delayed until February when James and Mary hope to have generated and received the needed funds to purchase wood and build classroom desks.
This evening I met with Mary's sons Victor and Mike to give them an idea of the basic mechanical knowledge I believe they and their drivers should posses in order to properly maintain and operate the equipment that they have and to how to make minor repairs. Tomorrow evening we will will have our first session with the drivers and other interested orphan boys.
The process of removing the maize kernels from the stock.
Maize set out for sale by a roadside vendor. ( I see that there is a chicken in the top corner helping herself)
A clean well organized small food market in the next town of Bongoma