Volume 10 (PDF version)
Distribution Partner reports:
Conclusion:…We thank PET with all of our hearts for their generosity to the handicapped people of Senegal through MIS and CBN.”
Landmines: They are one of the main reasons PETs are needed and will be needed for some time to come. The National Geographic magazine in January had a story called “The Healing Hands”. In it there was a chart of the world highlighting the reported number of people killed or injured by landmines by country from
PET production achievements and goals:
The Affiliate production sites range in age from 18 years to less than one year. Once they get a shop established, they build anywhere from 1 to 40+ a week. Each PET built, shipped and distributed is very important.
PET International Representative in Zimbabwe
On April 18, 2012 the Board of Trustees of PET International voted unanimously in favor of a proposal for Morgan Matsiga to serve as their mission representative headquartered in Harare, Zimbabwe. Morgan is a citizen of Zimbabwe who is returning to his native country for two years to fulfill a commitment for receiving
Look for stories and reports from Morgan on the PET International blog and newsletters. And feel free to contact Morgan at Shumba3@hotmail.com.