Paul the Carpenter admiring his handy work. It took him over 4 hours to get the work done that he initially said would take 2 hours.
Paul and others loading the P.E.T. on Tuk-Tuk for delivery. Sango and Tom had the pleasure to ride across the city for the delivery.
P.E.T. ready for presentation to Daniel outside his work place.
Daniel trying his newly remodeled “Personal Energy Transportation”. He was extremely thankful and told of how he can’t wait to show it to the rest of his family. He was especially happy with the added back-rest and leg support since he cannot fold his legs. He is a polio victim from age 5 and he is now 60 years old.
Parking time with a little help on a ramp.
The work at Mambai is not complete due to a power shortage. We are praying that while we are still in Western Kenya we’ll be blessed with the opportunity to see all the plumbing issues addressed successfully.
Pump installation at Shirumba was delayed till Wednesday to allow for the adhesive between the motor and pump unit to hold firmly. There is excitement on the ground, please pray for open hearts and that there will be no more delay.