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Operation Solar Install !!

His House of Hope is now a solar powered hospital! So many generous and creative people have contributed to making this a reality. Thank you to everyone who has been involved. We hope these photos allow you to share in the joy of what this means for the orphans, women, children and families of the Yei community. Martin Dingemanse and

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Container Adventures

We are thankful to God for the safe arrival of the shipping container on Sat 29th September 2012, with all the solar power system equipment, backpacks, donated medical gear and goodies for the orphanage and school. As we finished the day we had an almighty thunderstorm with thunder cracking seemingly on top of Harvesters! It really made us think –

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Our first 6 weeks

From Tasmania to Yei, via Dubai and Kampala. We’ve loved meeting new friends, enjoying new experiences, starting language learning, homeschooling and working in our medical and rehab roles. Here’s a taste of the journey so far….

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Our survey trip photos – November 2011

Here is a selection of pictures from our first trip to South Sudan in 2011 to visit the hospital and meet the people we would be working with.