It was a big surprise when my physiotherapist, to whom I reported on the couch about the trip to Malawi the day after next, pressed a few bills into my hand when I left. In the village, the word was that Coretta could no longer work on the CBO-board because her husband was ill. I visited them and stood in a house without a roof. After term wood, a storm had provided the rest. With the donation money I was able to hire craftsmen, and two days later the good people had a new roof. The high pressure they were under, because they didn’t have the money and the rainy season was coming, had made the man sick. He was soon well again, and Coretta continues to work on the board. Thank you very much, dear W.!