Engineering Ministries International (EMI) who are involved this summer in Designing a World of Hope Projects in Africa, has recently been working with a local ministry group in the slum of Nairobi, Kenya called Methare Valley. This ministry group is one of the oldest and well known for its work with children ranging in age from 2 through primary school. They own about 1/2 acre of land near the edge of the Nairobi slum where more than a half million people live. The ministry has hopes to build a school, church and medical center. EMI's mission is to help them do just that. They used the TruPulse 360 and Recon to locate the exact size of the land available and to take some data points they will need to begin building. Light and compact, these pieces of equipment have been invaluable for EMI to get the information that they need quickly and easily.
Read more on EMI and Designing a World of Hope Projects in Africa.