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As of today the Halfway House of Prison Fellowship Malawi has a water treatment with chlorination. In cooperation with Prison Fellowship Malawi, private sponsors from the USA and Canada have installed a water treatment with chlorine and trained the staff in operation and maintenance.
In the past few days, we have carried out an inspection on a site that has not been used for agriculture for more than 30 years and have taken soil samples that are examined in the laboratory for soil-physical parameters and nutrients.
After a good two weeks of work, the mission hospital Adi, DR. Congo, has running water again. The newly purchased centrifugal pump was installed in the pump house and connected to the old generator with a coupling.
The Kenyan CEF missionary Eva R. asked us to visit various locations in Kenya and to see if we could make a project there to improve the situation of the people.
We visited the village Irigino near Nairobi, Mwea a village surrounded by rice fields, the village Waimash at the northern edge of Mount Kenya National Park and another village.
The village of Rukaramu (S 03° 18' 43'' E 029° 17' 27'') is located in sight of the international airport of Bujumbura in a lowland plain. It consists of 150 houses built by the government. In each of them lives a family with an average of six family members. Each house has a small piece of land that can be used as a garden. The families are returnees from Tanzania who fled there during the civil war in Burundi.