Responses to Stace, Gina, Tere, Lisa G, and Melvita & Humberto.
I’ll trade you the termites for these never ending swarms of insects any day! Thanks for your support and you are dearly missed here.Amor y Paz, Connie
Thank-you for getting a sense of the tremendously difficult life our friend’s here have. Stay in touch, Amor y Paz, Connie.
Yes this whole experience has been emotionally draining, but I don’t know how long they can hang on to hope.The world needs to act fast.
About the malaria pills we have been in the sun but well protected what has been irritated by the sun is a couple of insect bites that I have but I’ve been careful and they haven’t infected.Other than little sleep and not eating much we are in good shape.Thanks for asking. Say hi to everyone. Amor y Paz, Connie.
They were soldiers from Chad,as we have told you there are many rebel attacks here in Eastern Chad and the government is trying to subdue the unrest,and we also came to your same conclusion that they want better roads for their military operations.This is just another reason the refugees are in such a deplorable state!The government can not asisit them especially when they have their own problems. Amor y Paz, Connie.
Melvita y Humberto,
Muchisimas gracias por el apoyo!Hay momentos(sobre todo ahorita) que con todo lo emocional del dia y luego aunado con lo dificil que tambien es la tarea de entregar estos reportajes cae de perlas ver el mensaje de amigos queridosAmor y Paz,Cany.