Washington has been on our team since 2012! … More Meet Washington!
4 (or 5) countries in 2 months. Lots of projects ahead of me! … More My Next 4 (0r 5) Countries
Leaving a community doesn’t get easier the more often you do it… … More “We will remember you…when we use our toilets”
Leave it to me to get into a mess like this… … More A Day in the Life…
It has been nearly a week since I left Panama. It was a long and difficult project, but the outcome was good. A well was drilled on Isla Tigre, a toilet installed for Simon, a pump repaired for Viviana’s community well and the 2,400′ pipeline bringing water to the school and mangrove houses was … More Panama Mud
At 2:30am on Tuesday morning, before my flight out to Panama, I launched my most ambitious crowd-funding campaign to date. I crowd-fund once a year to help me reach goals for certain projects that I cannot financially support with my own funding. I was really nervous about setting a goal of $20,000 for this … More Gift a Goat and More!
…but Parrots instead! Panama – where the seasons are “wet” and “wetter.” 😉 My first couple weeks here have been busy, sometimes hectic, most always muddy and GREAT! When I arrived, there was a team here at the Wood’s house from Washington State. They were having medical/dental clinics, building rain-catchment systems and drilling wells (with … More It doesn’t rain “cats and dogs” here…
We are home from Panama! Pictured above are Eric, Pat, Me, Brittany & Jessica after we landed in Newark (Jimmie & Don landed in different airports) The project was challenging, but we learned a lot and I really enjoyed working with the students. I plan to share more photos soon, but I am leaving for … More T-Minus 30 Hours
Message from Cait: The sun is setting here in Iganga. I made it back to watch the plastering of the 5 stalls and 2 bathing rooms. Final touches will be made tomorrow and then I am off to Soroti to bring a water filter to a friend and scout for future hydromissions sites. **Please note … More Almost done Project #2
Hey Everyone! I am back on the borrowed computer and modem (wahoo!). Good news on the health front – I kept all my food down yesterday and, as far as I can tell, my minor fever broke last night. I still went to the clinic here in Kampala this morning because I was advised to get some … More Health Update and “Cait vs the Worm”