Maji! Swahili for Water!

So this is what the kids and the water situation looked like when we started.  Anything could and did get into the spring.  Nasty!  But wait....the chief, elders and community came together and we have fresh running water at our school in Achilet.  150 students and teachers enjoying the community labor of love.  That's partnership!  That's community!  That's just Awesome!

 The kids following me around this village when the Lord spoke to me to start our first school.

The kids following me around this village when the Lord spoke to me to start our first school.

 Behind them you see the spring used for water....that any human, animal or....you get the picture!

Behind them you see the spring used for water....that any human, animal or....you get the picture!

Here are the kids and teacher enjoying the brand new water line!  No more fetching and it is clean piped from the city!

 The chief and elders of the village collected the money for the project.

The chief and elders of the village collected the money for the project.

 Water to make porridge in the morning.  Cook lunch in the afternoon.  Clean up messes with and the occasional awesome cup of water!

Water to make porridge in the morning.  Cook lunch in the afternoon.  Clean up messes with and the occasional awesome cup of water!

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