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In April 2017 I will be going on an expedition to Zambia and Botswana. During this trip I will be spending a week working with the Mwandi Community Building Project to help improve the lives of the people in this area. The project was set up by Dan, who grew up in Mwandi, and his wife Paula, who now both live and work to better the lives of the poorest in their community. They are part of the United Church of Zambia as Mission Partners and are a registered Charity in Zambia. They work with the local community in building traditional mud houses for the elderly, vulnerable and families who are taking care of the AIDS orphans in the community. Working in a team, I will be helping to build one of these houses from start to finish, to help put something back into this community. Thank you for your support in helping me raise the funds I need to participate in this project.
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