JUST RETURNED

Yesterday I returned from Cameroon from one of my monthly visits.

The main agenda this time was to visit the villages of Bokosso and Kotho 1.

In Bokosso the task was to check that things are in order and running as planned.

In Kotho 1, the next village to have electricity the job was to check status. The work is going full speed ahead with the air vibrating of expectation of things to come. People are volunteering en masse. No shortage of people wanting to help. Young and old, men and women, boys and girls; you name it, they are there!

The enclosed pictures are from Kotho 1 with the first group showing the fencing of the solar power station, Mr. Michel laying the foundation for the power station after having himself built the cement blocks seen in the background (hard manual labor) and Mr. Mike explain and inspecting the work.

The second group of pictures shows pure enjoyment at the well-deserved lunch break and the guy preparing and serving the food.

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Microsoft , New Sun Road and SunErgy

Here is a picture from last week visit to US for a two day meeting with Microsoft and New Sun Road at Microsoft`s office in San Francisco.

The plan is that New Sun Road, located at University of California at Berkley will deliver prepaid electrical meters with Microsoft providing software, including Microsoft Cloud Services.

Picture shows participants from New Sun Road, Microsoft and SunErgy.

Our business is truly international, bringing partners and products together on a global scale, enabling the world’s disadvantaged to move towards a brighter and more prosperous future.

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