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Dedicated Njala student Mohammed joins Bakarr and his son, Med, crossing the Mabanta River to enter Sanda Magbolontor chiefdom and catch on the Azolla the Njala team identified and helped transport to Hope Sakuma. And Bakarr's not just posing with the rope, he's helping hand-pull the ferry and our trusty 4x4 across the river!

It's morning in chiefdom capital, Sendugu and Bakarr's giving us his full range of hut poses and we can see Bakarr came back to Sanda Magbolontor in a trusty 4x4 and he brought his good self, one of his two sons and two walkie-talkies - just the thing to communicate between farms when there's literally no phone signal for miles around!

Bakarr came back to Sanda Magbolontor and he brought a trusty 4x4, one of two sons, a singular Njala student, two walkie-talkies and three bags of chicken dung - of the very best quality from Uncle Bai and just the thing to help our Azolla make Bocashi of the very best quality - and of course, his good self.

Wellingtons and workboots, these are a few of our favourite things... so say some very happy Makelekos All-Stars as they receive wellingtons and work boots from Bakarr.

More than forty pairs, 30 pairs being reserved for top graduates from Hope Sakuma's upcoming farmer field school. So, Bakarr went to Sanda Magbolontor and he brought our trusty 4x4, one of his two sons, a singular student from Njala, two walkie-talkies, three bags of chicken dung, ten pairs of wellingtons, forty pairs of workboots. And what's that we espy in the background? A regenerated generator, two water pumps a reel of hosepipe. And of course, his good self!


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