If anything needs fixing, it’s taken to the mission workshop. Here you find cars, trucks, bikes, furniture, coffins and more. The workers need to be ready to repair and build a variety of things. The workshop has been around for many years, in slightly different shapes and purposes.
Currently, the main income of the workshop comes from selling coffins. This is a sensitive business here since the conductors can be accused for causing deaths just to make money. However, as it is the mission workshop and closely related to the church, it is a trusted business by the locals.
The workshop means a lot to me. I get experience in many areas, painting, even plumbing. Getting a pay keeps me from suffering, like I know others do. Also it’s like a family here, like a home.
This job gives me good experience in carpentry. I want to have my own carpentry some day. That way I could also help the community by passing on my knowledge.
Want to know more?
If you want to know more about the mission workshop and what they do, please contact Mr Steve Powell.
Mr Steve Powell