After a break of nine months the next container is rolling Peru-wards

Container#73 comes from Switzerland

Due to Corona fresh supplies have been few and far between.  But on Maundy Thursday three staff from Hiob International (Steffisburg/Switzerland) packed a large container with important materials.  Many of our hospital’s departments can look forward to its arrival.

It is not surprising that these four make such a friendly impression.  From left to right: Markus Rolli, Manuela Stähli, Bernhard Lüem and Mark Habegger.

Probably one has rarely seen a group photo of such friendly-looking people.  The reason for this is simple: their hearts beat for Diospi Suyana.  Markus Rolli (far left) and his wife Julianna spent six years working at the missionary hospital and the school.  Since returning to Europe in 2017 they have kept in close contact with our organisation.  To be honest, it is high time that the two of them come back for another few years to Curahuasi.

With the help of Werner Brügger from the company Meiko Suisse the electro-technician was able to adapt a salad spinner to be used in South America.  A dankeschön from the Diospi-Suyana-Community to all our friends in William Tell’s country.

Container#74 is due to be packed in three weeks in Wiesbaden/Germany and already now it is clear that there is not much space left inside.

For clarification Container#73 rolls only figuratively to Peru.  On the container ship it should, and will, be standing firmly.  Experts see only a tiny probability that the ocean liner will get stuck in the Panama Canal.  So in other words we are full of confidence and optimism.

Werner Brügger from the company Meiko Suisse especially made his way to the Bernese Oberland from Zurich in order to professionally assist Markus Rolli make the final, necessary changes to the salad spinner.
Looking into Hiob International’s warehouse before the packing got underway.
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