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Today I was involved in the building of the staff benab, one of my secondary projects this year, and I am counting this as having participated in a community building project. (A few weeks ago I was also involved in helping to build the village’s new church which would also have counted, however I didn’t … Continue reading
It took the best part of 2 months, but it’s done! At 11′ wide and nearly 6′ high, I’m really very pleased with how the map has turned out. It probably could have been done a lot quicker, but I had to take a break when I waited for transport to Lethem to buy more … Continue reading
Having completed the outline of the world map at the start of the month, I’ve spent the last week and a bit painting all of the individual countries and it’s starting to come together. As you can see in the photos below I’ve used 4 different colours: they don’t signify anything specific, they’re just so … Continue reading
Yesterday I made a start on one of my bigger secondary projects – a world map mural in the school. I spent the morning washing the wall to be used, and then worked until around 8 in the evening drawing on a reasonably detailed world map (see photos below).
(We got fun and games) Let me share with you the last 24 hours or so of my life.
Project Trust advise volunteers to start secondary projects in their schools and/or communities.