…in Shawnigan Lake on Vancouver Island, enjoying tea and late afternoon sun in front of moziro’s coffeeshop.
I begin this blog on this Tuesday- a week before I fly to Tanzania to continue the work with Baobab home in Bagamoyo and to start a new project in the Kondoa region.
This trip will be my fourth time in Tanzania (stories and pictures from previous visits are here) and I look forward to reconnecting with everyone there.
Once again the purpose of the trip is to help the projects along, and help takes different forms:
- Local organizations have asked me to consult and oversee the construction of buildings.
- This gives opportunities to train people there in Permaculture and Natural Building .
- We also host Volunteer camps, which brings people from other places to help out on the projects and raise funds.
- If enough money is raised we can hire more local people to finish the project and move occupants in.
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I look forward to sharing the journey
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