James explains 3D printing to Sister Eugenie, headteacher at FAWE. The printer sponsored by manufacturer Robox with materials sponsored by the Dyson Foundation will stay at FAWE with ongoing support from James. The FAWE girls will have their first workshop this afternoon.
A plant for our first day is the magnificent Spathodea campanulata or African Tulip Tree in the garden of Murugu Hostel. A species found across tropical Africa.
Tired but happy we are all at home in Murugu Hostel having a very late meal with Zoe and heather. Thanks to Tonny Nathan and Daniel who were all there to meet us at the airport. The bus arrives at 8.30am for a 9am start in FAWE School tomorrow.
Hi everyone, the 2016 Rwanda expedition is go – and we have made it all the way to Heathrow without incident apart from Jacob having to unpack the unicycles and let the air out of the tyres before Brussels Airlines would accept this unusual load. Next stop Brussels – usually a quick change so I […]
Zoe and I have arrived at FAWE and have starting to set up their micropropagation lab. We just need to clear the flow cabinet from customs at the airport. After that we are eagerly awaiting the arrival of our new team.