Lasallian Developing World Projects Ireland

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24 Comments

Reply Philip
9:40 AM on September 5, 2011 
Dear Brothers Kevin and Mike,
It will be 20 years next year since I went to Nigeria with you. I hope you are well. I would love to make contact with all the others who travelled to Nigeria in 1992. I have lots of photographs and maybe a booklet to share. Any update on early projects on the website.

Philip
Reply Sami
1:22 PM on July 21, 2010 
Dear Brother Kevin,

How are you doing? I am glad to see your name on this site, which I found accidentally while searching something about Robe. I am one of the guys you met when you were in Robe/Bale in the 1996 or 1997. I attended the english language session given by your group. I remember David, Dominick, Patricia, Lorrain, Fionnuala, etc. I don't see their names in the list of volunteers. If you remember, I wrote some thing about the local wedding ceremony for that years booklet. I would be happy if there is a chance to get that years booklet. Hope to hear from you.

I appreciate all what you do to help the disadvantaged people!

Peace,
Sami



Bro Kevin McEvoy says...
Hi Denise. Kevin here in Burma! Great to see your comment on the website. I'm still doing a bit for the cause. Great memories from the Projects - andm yesm Ethiopia 1995 - seems so long ago! K
Reply Eoin Walsh
4:48 AM on June 20, 2010 
Hi Eilin,

Thanks a million for the kind words. I've tried to get the names of previos volunteers and could only find 'Spanish Eilin'. I hope to get the Booklet from 1999 and put it on the website soon. Nyeri. I went through a few times and met an American Brother stationed there. North Kenya is wonderful. Brother Kevin is in Burma. You can mail him on [email protected]
I'll update the Website soon. Take care and stay in touch.

Eoin.

Eilin Tynan says...
HelloĦ It´s lovely to see this website and the evolution of the ldwp after so longĦ I´d love to meet up some time again. Allthough I´m the spanish Eilin on your list and I´m still in spain....(Thanks for remembering me). I was in Kenya on the year 99 and worked in St. MAry´s boy school project in Nyeri.
Congratulations for your websiteĦ
Reply Eilin Tynan
3:19 PM on June 17, 2010 
HelloĦ It´s lovely to see this website and the evolution of the ldwp after so longĦ I´d love to meet up some time again. Allthough I´m the spanish Eilin on your list and I´m still in spain....(Thanks for remembering me). I was in Kenya on the year 99 and worked in St. MAry´s boy school project in Nyeri.
Congratulations for your websiteĦ
Reply africaprojects
5:25 AM on June 8, 2010 
Hi Sean,

its great you found the Website. I've add you to the Volunteer List on http://www.ldwp.org/previousvolunteers.htm

Its under Volunteer Information. Please stay in touch. We hope to get as many previous Volunteers names and email addresses as possible and keep people informed of any Projects etc

Take Care and thanks for the positive words,

Eoin
Reply Sean Gillespie
10:29 AM on June 7, 2010 
Hello all!

Just happened to "surf in". Great site. Well done.

I traveled to Ethiopia with the 1994 group and I have great memories.

All the best, Sean
Reply Elaine Curry
2:03 PM on March 24, 2010 
Fantastic job on the site Eoin. Great to see all the wotk from the past few years!
Reply Eoin Walsh
12:39 PM on March 8, 2010 
Dave,

Fair play. Thanks a million for the comment. It means a lot. Hope all is well.

Eoin.
Reply Dave Gaffney
11:55 AM on March 8, 2010 
Great to see so much info on this site, well done Eoin.
Hopefully see a few familiar faces at meeting in April.
Reply Bro Kevin McEvoy
12:46 AM on March 4, 2010 
Hi Denise. Kevin here in Burma! Great to see your comment on the website. I'm still doing a bit for the cause. Great memories from the Projects - andm yesm Ethiopia 1995 - seems so long ago! K