These two topics are immensely important in all our SALEM-facilities. In SALEM-Uganda we have now been able to build an incinerator with the help of a generous donor. Apart from that the children of our childrens` home have been given a piece of land and are allowed to farm on it.
With the down payment we made, the first part of the refurbishment could begin and the workers are busy renovating doors, windows and mosquito nets. Apart from that the first Neem trees were planted around the hospital to keep away the dangerous mosquitoes.
Our dedicated staff in SALEM-Ecuador has created an own website just for this project so that SALEM friends and others can find out more about our valuable work in Mindo even easier and faster. The site is available at in English, German and Spanish.      
What started as a mobile health station beneath a fig tree in 1983 has since grown to become the well-known Kolonyi Hospital offering many services to the local population.
In order to avoid this pollution for the years to come, the employees in the nursery - especially our current volunteer Therese - want to introduce paper pots with each new planting process step by step. Although these are slightly…
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