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Obia-Zeu, Uganda, Solar Project
Thanks for taking the time to learn about the Obia-Zeu Solar Project!  Updates from 2009 are slides 168-180.  Please visit the other albums at our www.imageevent.com/uganda site to learn about the background on the solar project, life in Obia-Zeu and the library project.
Date(s): June 2008 & June 2009. Album by Mary Lou Ozimek. Photos by Ozimek, Inke, Ellis, Cotham. 1 - 21 of 180 Total. 716 Visits.
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Outside the Solar Connect Association office in Kampala, Uganda

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panel solar cookers at the Solar Connect office

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a parabolic solar cooker

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solar cookers, haybaskets

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Max Ozimek at the Solar Connect office, with efficient charcoal stoves

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insulating haybaskets

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making WAPIs - water pasteurization indicators

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Fr. Inke, Mary Lou Ozimek, Max Ozimek and Karyn Ellis, eating a solar cooked meal

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Mark with fish head dinner

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packing the truck for the 520 mile drive from Kampala to Obia, Zeu, Nebbi district

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The people in Obia village welcome us

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morning view of Obia village

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we are given a tour of the village

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WOW...How wonderful that this project turned into something SO significant to so many people.  Keep up the good work and may we ALL be inspired to do something as wonderful as you and your family.  God Bless you ALWAYS.
The Montgomery Family
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itchy, Sun, 9 Nov 2008 11:30AM
Father Alexander Inke and his village must have as much support as the world can give.  We live in the 21st century but his village does not!  May God find a way to supply them with all their needs and more.  We will continue to spread the word and much love from our California desert to the people of Uganda, especially, Father's Village.
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Rosanne McCamey, Thu, 25 Sep 2008 2:25PM
Its great to see people out there actually doing something to make the world a better place. And full of common sense. Keep up the great work, and God bless.
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Leo Walsh | Bravo, Mon, 15 Sep 2008 7:07PM
Unbelievable!!!  Talk about an idea in action.  Great job...keep up the good work.  We;ll keep praying for you.
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Patricia Kimnach, Sun, 14 Sep 2008 10:04AM
This is soooooo cool!!  Congratulations on a seemingly "insignificant" science project that has made SIGNIFICANT change to many people in the world who needed it. One small person has made a huge huge difference.  Congratulations.  leslie
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leslie stager jacques, Wed, 3 Sep 2008 10:09PM
Looking good, Ozimeks!
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Karyn Ellis | www.solarcookers.org, Mon, 18 Aug 2008 2:12PM
 
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