|Elderly folk at work|
On Wednesday 29th August, folk from Mablauwuni community came together to help dig the pipeline for the water project. From the Crossroads site to the Church, it is about one and a half kilometers.
The first people to get to work were the elderly. They started digging quite early in the morning. Some of the younger people came a little later. It is now quite hot in Kezi so the best time to get much work done is early morning.
|Men and women at work|
Not as many people turned up as we had hoped because quite a few had gone off to Silozwe (about 14 - 20km max away from Crossroads) to receive seed from ORAP and Family Impact were doing a training with the women in the community.
|Progress being made|
We are so grateful to those who made the effort to come and work. We stopped at lunch time and shared a meal together. Some of the Ebenezer apprentices went to continue digging in the afternoon despite the heat! We've got about 500m to go before we complete digging the pipeline.
|We can see the progress!!!|
By Molly Manhanga