I just came across an interesting blog, Unity Bridge, about a development project in Yabus, Sudan.
Yabus is home to five tribes and 60,000 people, divided by a river that is impassable for up to six months every year.
The blog follows the project to build a 74m bridge which will unite the town so that both sides will enjoy access to the clinic, market, and schools all year long. The small and big hurdles, success stories and setbacks so typical for development work in Africa.
Picture courtesy Unity Bridge