Full Charge!

This morning, we distributed the first batch of solar panels from G24 Innovations. I was also able to reconnect with CHWs I hadn’t seen in a while. Everyone was extremely happy – I’ll let the pictures tell the story.

Of course, Alex ran the session. The instructions were quick and easy, and everyone was rather celebratory:

To close the meeting, the CHWs sang a song for me that they had prepared – I’m not sure what the lyrics were, but “phones” and “messages” were included! Afterward, I traveled with Dickson Mtanga and Mary Kamakoko to their villages – it took a good two hours on a bicycle. We spent another 3 hours biking around and seeing patients, before I started back to the hospital. Dickson and Mary, using their new panels:

Posted: December 29th, 2008
Categories: CHW Training, Other posts, Technology
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Comment from Ricki Bazarte - September 23, 2010 at 12:16 pm

The 1968 law, which covers developments with 100 or more units, Mother Nature came back for round two against the tri-state 抗静电地板 area Wednesday night. requires that the purchase contracts be in flat solar collector a form that can be filed in the city register, the official record of property transactions. But at the Brompton, and at most developments, the buyer is not permitted to self-operated valves register the contract (the buyer can do so when the purchase is complete). Lenders for the projects prohibit sponsors Chlorine dioxide from issuing a recordable sales contract because it would amount to a lien against the property