HABITAT FOR HUMANITY


JIMMY CARTER WORK PROJECT



JUNE 3-7, 2002


DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA





The Habitat for Humanity Jimmy Carter Work Project for 2002 was held in Durban, South Africa. Shown below is a map of the work site. The blue arrow marks the spot where the shuttle buses from the hotels let us off before sunrise and picked us up after sunset every day; the yellow arrow shows where we had breakfast, devotions, dinner, and evening entertainment each day; the red arrow marks the location of House 936 that Sue and Gene worked on.


Map of the work site

The building crew that was assigned to House 936 and whose pictures appear frequently on the following pages included:


House Leader
Rob Meysembourg

Crew Leaders
Dave Conway
Arpad Eiler
Kelly Flowers
Robin Halliday

Future House Owner
Eugene (Jenny) Bowers

Crew Members
Eric Freund
Eugene and Sue Fritsche
Tonia Harvel
Norman and Ursula Owen
Jan Pederson
Tracy Phillips
Andy Ping
Wayne Taylor
Cecil van den Bergh
Marina


Below is part of the official group photo of the House 936 Crew along with Millard and Linda Fuller, Jimmy and Rosalyn Carter, and part of House Crews 934 and 935


Group photo

The three photo pages below show and describe the experiences of Sue, Gene, and the rest of the House 936 crew at Durban.



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Day-to-day progress on house 936

Pictures of the house at the beginning of each day's work.


Working on house 936

Pictures that show Sue, Gene, and Jimmy Carter at work on the house.


Associated activities

Meals, Sue's birthday, evening entertainment, and dedication ceremony.


Other JCWP 2002 information

Link to Habitat for Humanity International's JCWP 2002 page.


JCWP

Gene and Sue pose beside the "Welcome" banner
for the Jimmy Carter Work Project 2002.



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