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{ March 13 } Woke at 5 a.m. when the Muslim prayers started. Then there were the roosters, sounds of children walking to school and people busily going about their day. After devotions and trips to the embassy and police to report our arrival, Dan, Pete and Jim ran wire for Internet access. Dan worked on some computer stuff and file cabinets, while Pete and Jim worked with some guys roofing the storage building. We had a lunch of fufu with the gechaan directors and some staff. (Fufu is a sticky ball of corn, rice or wheat flour hand-dipped into soup or stew.) Joining the 4 n point | fall 2012

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