Jan 21, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger
If you're a resident of Bamako, Mali your possessions probably wouldn't even add up to one-tenth of that of an individual of the United States.
Praise the Lord for these chairs. Everywhere you travel in Mali, you see these plastic bags flying in trees, caught on shrubs, and blowing along the roads. They are appropriately named the "second Mali flag".
I have always thought there should be a recycling use for them and trade to teach. Really happy to see that has happened.
Where can these be purchased? Next time I pass through Bamako, I will purchase them to take to my friends at the Hospital for Women and Children and my families at Bethel Bible School in Koutiala.
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