Equipment I brought from the US (pump, blower, water testing kits and such) was delayed in Cape Town, which caused quite a headache and more unexpected costs for me to ship as cargo, despite having packed as luggage from USA. 

In the next few weeks, I’ll be going to the farm to start prep for the build. Once the bank account is set up (or should I say, lease signed and back in the hands of the attorney), I will be working on the farm vehicle. Hoping to have a lease agreement for 12-24 months with dealer; in the meantime, I transport on long trips with a rental and while in Windhoek, taxi to and from.

Nashville native, Fisk University graduate and CEO, Sara Davis formed SFI in 2013. She believes that combined good will and the intentional use of resources will eliminate society’s most troubling and penetrating ill POVERTY. She saw poverty first hand during her time as a Peace Corps volunteer. Davis has more than ten years experience in financial sales, management, and business development. SFI's company goal of eliminating poverty is driven by Sara's team approach.

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