So you’re back – then what?

It’s been a month since we came home, and in the aftermath of this mission the time has been spent on writing reports and formulating what we’ve seen, and how to go about addressing the challenges that we’ve seen. Needless to say, we have seen numerous possibilities for projects we could start up, so there is more than enough to keep us busy. For the projects to have a chance to be successful, it’s important that the paperwork is in order, and that the right steps are taken at the right time.

It may not sound as fun as spending the days in rural areas experiencing completely different cultures, and meeting wonderful people every day – but it’s just as important! It’s actually the best way to ensure that we do as much as we possibly can to assist in these development projects, and help build a better future.

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