Under the shade of the parasol on the Sooper Guesthouse’s roof terrace, Kristin, Marc and Lars Marcus worked with finding ways of how the Janipad could be manufactured and packaged. Karin and Sophie went on a purchasing expedition to buy bus tickets to Kampala and also came back with a secret lunch surprise: 100g of cheddar cheese!
At noon, the 480 reusable pads that we had ordered from KMET were delivered to our guesthouse. These pads will later on be picked up by either Irene or Muthoni from Mama na Dada, who will distribute them to the 80 girls at the high school in Kunya.
We re-took the same group photo that we had taken two years ago on the very same spot at Sooper Guesthouse (except that the roof terrace was now two floors higher up after the additional vertical expansion).
After lunch, we spent a few well-deserved hours of almost holiday time and went to the Masai Market for some shopping. We also visited Kibuye market where Marc and Lars Marcus bough a pair of slippers made of old tyres and Lars Marcus got himself a haircut from a rather reluctant hair dresser, who was more accustomed to African hair.