Me and Fuji on the streets of Bunia, Congo, a city that was seized in recent fighting.
Fuji and some street children
Fuji in front of one of the 11 churches that NDI has helped rebuild that was destroyed during the fighting.
New roof with recent bullet holes from recent fighting
A traditional drum that is used in the services
As one of our original musicians, Fuji tries his hand
with the traditional ‘Congo harp’
Fuji stands with our Congo partner, James Byensi, on the site of a pastor’s home that was burned down in the fighting
Fuji, Dr. Jim Seymour and Dr. Mike in the destroyed Surgery Theatre of the Nyankunde Hospital
Me in front of the Nursing School that NDI has helped rebuild for $5,000
Fuji inside of the Nursing School being rebuilt
Fuji standing beside a skeleton – fortunately not mine! He was right at home with this since he taught Gross Anatomy in college for years
The destroyed ‘Nyankunde Hospital Chapel’ that NDI hopes to rebuild for $35,000
Fuji in front of the small MAF plane before our flight from Nyankunde to Aru
Fuji takes time for a little magic with the children before take off
Fuji in front of our ‘African Cottage’ in Aru
Fuji in front of one of the ‘World War 1’ trucks that brought people to the Conference.
It is far worse than the old ND bus!
Some of the hundreds of bicycles that most people rode to the Conference site.
A group shot of the more than 2,000 people who attended the Conference.
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