2010

Project Implementation Progress 2010

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18th November, 2010                       Week 47

 

The work on the 1st school-block continues…

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On the right you can meet our new member of stff: Fred, he takes care of the compound.

16th November, 2010

Marrianne Zeldenrust came for a work visit to see how the project is growing and discuss the plans for 2011

 

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Below is the site where the visitors will get their rooms so this next visiting season they will be staying in the children’s village.

 

 

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29th October, 2010

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The builders are going on with the contrete bars for the columns while waiting for the drivers to fill the rest of the foundation with rocks.

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In the meantime the workers are roofing the workshop. Something we should have done right at the beginning of the project but by then we just didn’t have the funds.

Soon the boys can work in the shade because working in the Tororo sun is rather HOT!..

 

16th October, 2010

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Wk42, Building site in Osia

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The throwing in of the rock is very hard work but the boys of the neighborhood are really good at it. They usually make their living from loading lorries. Down you can see the boys casting a concrete beam on the foundation. If you look carefully you can see the metal workers at work on the roof of the workshop (after some years of burning in the sunshine they are finally tired of it I guess)

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7th October, 2010

 

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Wk 41 – 2010: the work on the 1st classroom block continues.

Some of the walls of the foundation are up and soon we will start filling the foundation with those rocks that you can see piled up in front of the building. All this by hand…

Below you can see Riend de braal helping with some plumbing work. Some pipes have to be removed before we can start piling rocks in the foundation.

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27th September, 2010

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All column-footings are casted, the work is now focussed on the walls of the foundation. In the meantime the driver has to transport 140 truckloads of rock to fill the space up to the groundfloor of the first block.

18th September, 2010

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100918-ProjProg-IMG_4687-LayingSchoolFoundation.JPGToday, we had the pleasure of coming together with the complete team, the builders, children, staff and leaders of KIMBILO Children’s Village – Osia and not only witness, but also contribute to the casting of the first column of the classroom block for the primary school.

We asked the children: “what do the people who don’t know Jesus do on a moment like this?..” They all answered quickly that they kill a child to put under the foundation!! And indeed, that is what many people do who put their trust in the witchdoctor rather than the Living God.

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