Jeremy and the team went to visit a widow one day to minister to her and take her some gifts. The roads in the village - sometimes called roads, but not really; especially in the rainy season - are often quite bad. Even the main roads during a heavy rainy season. Often they stay that way for awhile, for the only way to sort them out is for the government to come in with heavy equipment and resurface them. By that we mean they grate the road and, if the people are fortunate, they will also add more dirt to it.
Here is a photo of one of the secondary "roads" in the village.
Keep in mind, the water in that creek is used to wash clothes, to bathe, to water the livestock, and to drink. We are doing water-harvesting projects by putting tanks next to homes to catch rainwater off roofs. It is clear, and readily drinkable (it's best to boil it first, but we don't always). Sometimes we put extra large ones at one home in a compound and the owner shares it with the rest of the folks that live in the compound. Here is an example. Not of one we did, but it was our prototype.
John & Marty