This time of the year marks our winter, that means we have cooler evenings and no rain. The dry season brings a welcome end to the high number of cases of malaria and also the flooded roads. Already we are seeing high numbers of trucks driving on the dusty roads.
Malaria season is still with us but we are coming to the ends of the rains. The roads continue to remain flooded and impassable by vehicle, this has probably saved as travellers are uncommon in these months.
As we close the month of September so much has changed for us. The fields are harvested, the students, albeit it exam classes, are returning and our teachers are back from their different places of quarantine.