Hello readers, hope you guys are as excited as I am anyway this week I have been helping (Britt) a student from Johns Hopkins university with the interviews that she is doing with some educators from the schools that we are working with. She is conducting a research about the services, what’s working and what’s not working and how we can improve and find out if the service is working or not. Next week I’ll be still helping Britt with rest of the schools.
Who thought that you cannot get computers in a hut! Well at Mpilonhle we do anything to deliver services to the people. This week Sisonke (unit2) is working at a place called Isolokholo and there was no place for the computers, so a community member offered one of his room to put in computers, a hut of course.
It’s a new experience and at the end of the day people are getting the service they need.
I just realised that it’s getting hotter and hotter every day.Now what do we do with that,nothing,I guess because the number of people in need of our services increases everyday so heat or no heat,a job is a job,we continue to make a difference in those people’s lives.
This week our Unit is at Khiphinkunzi Primary School. We have been welcomed in a wonderful way by the School Management & Community of Khiphinkunzi. The school is surrounded by a beautiful forest. We hope everything will go smoothly at this new location.