Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Photo of the week, July 27th

'I took this picture as I was looking out of the window of an Airbus as we prepared to land in Chicago, USA, seeing the working of the flaps, the spoilers, the ailerons and more made me so glad that I have trained in Aviation; that WAASPS and Medicine on the Move have trained me as a pilot and engineer, and now can build and fly light aircraft in Ghana.  I am going to Oshkosh this week to tell over half a million people what light aviation is doing to improve opportunities for young Ghanaians like me and the current and potential impact in health in rural communities.  Thank you B&FT and readers for your support!.  Patricia Mawuli Nyekodzi, volunteer Pilot/Engineer with Medicine on the Move '

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