PET Mobility Project partner “Mobility Sierra Leone” continues to repair broken and well used PET carts. Their efforts are restoring many of the older PET carts that have been in use for several years in this country.
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*** Help wanted: PET MO-Columbia provides other Affiliates with parts
that are donated. A volunteer is needed who is willing to box up and ship
the parts to the Affiliate. Duties would include communicating with the
Affiliate on what the cost is and how the part will be shipped, boxing up
the parts, and taking the boxed parts to Fed Ex or Fastenal for shipping.
The Affiliate then remits for any expenses. The actual boxing up and
delivery of parts could be done one day a week (your choice on what day
you want to do it). The average time to do this would be about an hour
per week. Some lifting would be involved as steel parts are included in
this task – small to larger boxes. Contact Susan or Gary. Continue reading
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PET Place is an exciting place. I came to work at 6:30 this morning, and
here are just three samples of e-mails awaiting me: Continue reading
Recently a shipment of donated Personal Energy Transport parts was received in West Africa by our partner, Mobility Sierra Leone. They have begun to repair PET carts in the city of Bo, Sierra Leone that have been out of service due to wear and tear. Continue reading
We presented this PET cart to 57 year old polio survivor Boonlert Nitchampoo on July 5th. His upper body strength remains intact but his legs are so weak he is unable to even stand. He moves around by dragging his limbs. Many thanks to all and warm regards.
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