The PPF is pleased to introduce the 2019 Fellowship team for Nepal next year.
Aidan Ward, plumber, hails from rural Victoria. His background in civil construction prior to embarking on a career in plumbing might be useful on our construction project if any deep excavation works or bobcatting are involved. Aidan has also participated in the Community Plumbing Challenge in Indonesia which opened his eyes to “how plumbing can improve the life of many people”. Welcome Aidan.
Marcus Gleeson, from NSW’s central coast, has completed a Diploma in Screen and Media at TAFE. He has a keen interest in all levels of production, the various production and editing programs, and prides himself on his attention to detail and a positive attitude. He is very enthusiastic about the opportunity to implement his skills in the hills of Nepal, so we say… Welcome Marcus.
Aidan and Marcus will head to Nepal in March 2019 to meet up with the Nepali construction and plumbing team to build the Paul Sir memorial sanitation block near the Buddhist stupa in Bhattedanda village. We look forward to this exciting and very worthwhile project.