Mothers Without
   Borders
 Family Resource Center



                 Click to view photos
Volunteers unload dirt at the jobsite.
Dirt and cement mixture are dumped in the pressurized hydraulic brick
         making machine. Bricks are turned out one a...
Dirt from the termite hill is hand mixed with small amounts of cement
                                and water.
American volunteers and Zambian staff look on as the final digging for
the new latrine is completed. The walls of the latri...
Rows of completed brick reveal the results of teamwork!
Trees planted last year by American volunteers are flourishing.
The newly completed home of the groundskeeper is a welcome site.
Today it stands alone on the land but soon it will be sur...
Termite hills dot the land. Volunteers shovel the dirt from the hill and
   transport it to the building site where it wil...
Water is trekked the short distance from the well to the worksite.
Water used to prepare the cement mixture and to water the many trees is
               collected from the newly completed ...
Volunteers enjoyed the very dirty task of unloading the dirt collected
from the termite hill at the work site. This dirt b...
When completed the Family Resource Center will include:



         Primary and Secondary School for 950 children
        ...
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Mothers Without Borders Family Resource Center

  1. 1. Mothers Without Borders Family Resource Center Click to view photos
  2. 2. Volunteers unload dirt at the jobsite.
  3. 3. Dirt and cement mixture are dumped in the pressurized hydraulic brick making machine. Bricks are turned out one at a time.
  4. 4. Dirt from the termite hill is hand mixed with small amounts of cement and water.
  5. 5. American volunteers and Zambian staff look on as the final digging for the new latrine is completed. The walls of the latrine will be lined with cinder block bricks.
  6. 6. Rows of completed brick reveal the results of teamwork!
  7. 7. Trees planted last year by American volunteers are flourishing.
  8. 8. The newly completed home of the groundskeeper is a welcome site. Today it stands alone on the land but soon it will be surrounded by the other structures that will comprise the Family Resource Center.
  9. 9. Termite hills dot the land. Volunteers shovel the dirt from the hill and transport it to the building site where it will become the primary component used to make the bricks that will be used to construct the many building.
  10. 10. Water is trekked the short distance from the well to the worksite.
  11. 11. Water used to prepare the cement mixture and to water the many trees is collected from the newly completed well.
  12. 12. Volunteers enjoyed the very dirty task of unloading the dirt collected from the termite hill at the work site. This dirt becomes the primary ingredient in the brick making mixture. It is free and plentiful!
  13. 13. When completed the Family Resource Center will include: Primary and Secondary School for 950 children Health and Medical Center HIV/AIDS Counseling and testing Center Vocational training Complex Family homes for up to 200 orphans Hospice Home Community training center Micro-Credit Bank and Small Business Institute Grinding Mill Farmer's Market Pig and Poultry Projects

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