BioHenry will be serving practically first at Sakeji school and later at Chavuma Mission Hospital by performing much needed maintenance and upgrades on facilities at both locations. Much of his work will depend on material costs and/or availability. A particular focus at Chavuma will be repairing and updating the plumbing which is galvanized and over 60 years old, as well as vehicle and equipment maintenance. Henry will be in Zambia on a work visa for 2 years after which he will be reviewing with the teams there to determine the best course forward. Donate to Dyck, Henry
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