Monday, March 30, 2009

Torve photos

Kara and Matt are giving balls to the students with the best attendance.


Today was a very busy day and it was great fun. Kevin spent the day teaching a workshop on water, sanitation, and hygiene in the village of Torve. There were twelve adult participants. Tomorrow they will be installing three biosand water filters. Becky visited a lot of classrooms in a primary school and a junior secondary school. She taught hygiene as well, including a great handwashing demonstration where the students can see the 'bugs' on their hands. Melissa, Emma and Levi were a great help, as well as their cousins. We have a ton of pictures, but are unable to get them uploaded here. John, who had the car accident, is recovering well and energetically involved.

Friday, March 27, 2009


We're just about to leave for Sogakope in the Volta Region. We will be working with a local youth organization called Youth Creating Change of Ghana. Their director, named John, has organized all the villages we will be going to for water filter training and installation as well as other health and sanitation education. John was just in a car accident and is recovering from head injuries. Please pray for him.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009


These are kids at the primary school in the village of Koforidua, near Nkoranza (our old hometown).

Melissa and Levi, the school teachers

African sunset


Old friends, Emma and Mary were very happy to see each other again.

Look at the germs on your hands!

Emma, Levi and their cousin Michael teaching some school children the importance of hand-washing.

Monday, March 23, 2009


It's wonderful to be back in Ghana. Our family is happy, healthy and hot. We're in the town we used to live in, Nkoranza, in the centre of the country. We just returned from Grumakrom village to visit the school and see the latrine that Melissa wanted to build there. It's still standing and not full! I can't get pictures on this computer, but will try in another town.