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Selma Good

January 18th, 2014 · Fundraisers, Partners

Robert Armstrong, owner of Selma Good Company and longtime supporter of IWW released a program where $1 dollar of each sell is matched by an anonymous donor for a $2 contribution towards building a well in Kenya.

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Meto Dental Trip

May 26th, 2012 · Trip

Our first dental team left Thursday on their way to Kenya. I heard from them yesterday when they arrived in Nairobi. They slept in Nairobi and have started their drive to Meto, Kenya.

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Team Lands in Atlanta

July 18th, 2011 · Trip

The team landed in Atlanta. A few more flights for some of the team but all the international travel is complete.

Peace,
Emery

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Final Team Flight

July 18th, 2011 · Trip

Mareike just emailed me and said all of the Germans are back home.  Their luggage is somewhere in Paris but after a long flight nobody really cares where their luggage is.  The American part of the team should be on their way to Atlanta.

Mareike also sent a picture of the new Integrity Worldwide sign that is on the road to Meto.  This sign is at the beginning of the dusty road to Meto.

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I’ll update again when the team arrives in Atlanta.

Peace,

Emery

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Return Flight

July 17th, 2011 · Trip

Flight tracker from Spears.

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Nairobi to Amsterdam

July 17th, 2011 · Trip

I just talked to Mom. They are about to have a team meeting and then go to the Nairobi airport. Everyone is great and ready to start the journey back home. Mom said everyone had a great trip. She will call me when they get to Amsterdam and again when they land in Atlanta.

Peace!

Emery

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Trip Pictures

July 16th, 2011 · Trip

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Amboseli to Nairobi

July 16th, 2011 · Trip

The team is traveling from Amboseli to Nairobi today.

Part of the trip is ~25 miles of dirt road. One time, during a drought, the road had constant bumps in it like a washboard. Going slow over it would almost knock your teeth out, not to mention it would take forever to get there. Our driver decided it was better to do it going about 40-50 mph. It was like riding on a jackhammer. We even came off the ground a few times on the big bumps. It was a really fun trip.

Update: The team is at their hotel in Nairobi. They had a long drive but everyone is great.

Emery

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Team Videos

July 15th, 2011 · Trip

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Stay in Touch

July 15th, 2011 · News

Hey everyone!
The team is traveling to another area of Kenya today. We should hear from them this afternoon.

I want to let you know about our email newsletter. It’s a great way to stay in touch and get updates on what is going on. You can sign up below.

Emery

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