In case you have visited a Third World projects in the past, you might be familiar with the junkyards that often times exist behind the main buildings. Over the years, the most interesting equipment ends up in the back where it is left to rust and rot.
We might only be talking about a screw that nobody can change. Maybe there is no technician at hand to open up the piece of equipment and find what’s causing the problem. Or the users don’t have the necessary know-how. In summary, all over the world millions of high-tech products intended for development projects are falling apart due to the lack of the appropriate maintenance work.
That’s why Oebele de Haan plays a pivotale role at Diospi Suyana. He regularly services and repairs our equipment, preventing a junkyard in the back.