These are the teammates who didn’t give up – these guys were amazing!
Using an extension rod from our drilling unit and a tennis ball, we take a break in the late afternoon for some good ‘ol baseball
The guys we worked with were great! Our days were long (10-12 hours) and the work was extremely difficult but they kept it fun and joyful
This is a typical house in Ferrier – the village where our project was located
Our transportation was pretty fun – we bounced around in the bed of a large truck – sometimes jumping up and down on purpose, sometimes just being thrown up and down by the terrain 🙂
Hey Guys, I am leaving for Haiti in a couple of hours for a short – 1 week – project. I will be working with Dominic, Steve and CJ (along with a group of volunteers from the village) to drill near an orphanage in Ferrier, Haiti. Please keep us all in prayer – for health, … More Off to Haiti!
I’m learning how to give stitches in my medical training class at Equip. Who is willing to let me practice stitching on a REAL arm? 😉
I am taking a 2-week medical intensive course designed for village care. Today, I am learning to give injections – yikes!
All done! Here is the well I worked on with local villagers in the village of Manzalpur, within Chitwan in Nepal.