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Through a partnership with the Lemur Center at Duke University, Duke Engineers for International Development, a student-run group, constructed a rainwater catchment system that not only benefits a local community in Madagascar but also aligns with the Lemur Center Conservation initiative. The Lemur Center supports capacity building, education, and research in the SAVA region of Madagascar. More at: https://sites.duke.edu/deid/current-projects/madagascar-2016/
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Education in Madagascar, Africa. Secondary school or college with exterior of buildings. A classroom full of adolescent boys. Teacher has one student at the front pointing to a map. An elementary school with younger primary aged children outside playing. A large classroom full of children at desks. One boy reads words on a blackboard as the teacher stands by. College with older boys doing apprentices, mechanics and engineering, practical hands on learning. Aerial view of a school. Boys in a relay race on the sports track with spectators watching from the stands.
5R8SV erects a K4KIO hexbeam using a heavy duty Spiderbeam aluminum 10 meter telescoping mast, a Yaesu gs-065 thrust bearing, and a Yaesu G450 rotor. Fabrication of a wood and metal support is described. The video shows how to put these elements together and guy the antenna, including wiring of the rotor and rotor controller. The video also provides answers to two installation questions: 1) how to fix the rotor controller and cable if the provided molex connectors do not match; 2) how to convert the controller from 110V operation to 220-230V operation by rewiring the transformer.
This little radio certainly pulls in the signals. 100 kilowatt station from around 9000km away. Not really my thing christian radio, but impressed by the radios sensitivity.
Madagascar, the mysterious "Great Red Island" off the east African coast of Mozambique, was chosen as the venue for Camel Trophy 1987. The event's return to Africa also heralded the return of Range Rover as the preferred vehicle. It was not the ubiquitous V8 that drove the event this time but the new Italian VM powered 2,400cc turbo-diesel. After an interval of five years, it was great to see Range Rover back where it performed best. Considered to be an ideal location, a vast variety of landscape, terrain, weather conditions, flora and fauna awaited the teams. From the tropical rainforests of the north, where storms and driving rain caused severe flooding, to the scorched savannah of the south, Madagascar provided a superb challenge. Once more fourteen countries sent teams on the 2,252 ...