Traditional music – hunter gatherer culture – humanitarian aid – and amazingly sweet people, my family, the Mbuti Pygmies!
To get here we have to drive about 5 hours through Eastern Congo, the forest, and on awful dirt “roads” the entire time. Then we have to hike for over 1 hour with over 1 ton of tools, pipes, equipment, and bags of cement, gravel pack, and construction gravel/rocks! That was through the mud and around, under, and over trees in the second largest rainforest in the world. So thankful for the help of the Water4 team supporting our Fight For The Forgotten and Shalom University drilling team! We are currently working on our 15th water well for my Congo family :-)