I know close to nothing about electricity, power generators, high frequency radios, house building or car fixing. When the auto mechanic at my local repair shop holds up a piece of rusted metal and tells me he had to replace the whatchamacallit with a thigamajig, he could be showing me a part from an old washing machine for all I know. Fortunately for me, and everyone else, the fore mentioned areas are not part of my job description; these responsibilities, among others, fall to our technical logistician, Fredoh Macharia.
Fredoh brings a wealth of valuable experience from other MSF projects where he has worked. He is a whirlwind of activity, tearing down old structures and building new ones, mending fences, re-organizing our triage area, etc. Most recently he has torn down the old decaying kitchen tukul and replaced it with, by far, the most beautiful tukul I have ever seen. It is large, light, airy and painted blue, my favorite color. Thank-you Fredoh.