My trusty '93 Civic
I've arrived safe and sound back in beautiful Red Deer, Alberta after a smooth five-day trek across Canada in my faithful and hardy '93 Civic.
After getting settled, I sat down to add a support meter to the website so that people could see my progress towards the financial support goal. I went to calculate the total support so I could display it on the meter, and to my surprise, I came up with 100% of the support required by SIM!
So first of all, please admire the beautiful support meter that I made with your encouragement in mind. And secondly, but actually more importantly, a sincere thank you to each individual, couple, and family supporting me and this project with their money. It's a privilege to be enabled by all of you to go contribute to healthcare in Africa, and I consider you all team members and stakeholders in the project.
I'm setting up a Coding in Kenya-specific section on my blog to post updates and to keep everyone in the loop. You can visit it at http://daniel.shortens.net/kenya. You might also consider subscribing to the Kenya-specific blog feed (http://daniel.shortens.net/category/kenya/atom) using your favourite feed reader, so you know right away when I post something new. I will also try to send out monthly email updates for those who prefer that method of communication.
Thanks again for your generous support.