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Suwat: Engineering Ministries International

Honey buckets are currently used in Teller. Mayor Blanche Okboak-Garnie attended the WIHAH conference in Anchorage and spoke about Teller's water & sewer problem. Photo Credit: watersewer.alaska.gov (2016)
Honey buckets are currently used in Teller. Mayor Blanche Okboak-Garnie attended the WIHAH conference in Anchorage and spoke about Teller's water & sewer problem. Photo Credit: watersewer.alaska.gov (2016)

On April 12, Travis Hogans, Judith Bruno, and Jason Chandler shared about Engineering Ministries International. EMI serves communities with design and construction under a Christian mission. They landed in the Bering Strait Region to help with needs for reliable and sustainable development, especially in water and sewer systems.

Listen to the full episode below.

About this program: Danielle Slingsby with Kawerak and guests discuss what’s happening in the Norton Sound Region. Catch Suwat on KNOM 780 AM 96.1 FM on Wednesdays at 10 a.m.

Image at top: Honey buckets are currently used in Teller. Mayor Blanche Okboak-Garnie attended the WIHAH conference in Anchorage and spoke about Teller’s water & sewer problem. Photo Credit: watersewer.alaska.gov (2016)

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