Yesterday we went to a market not far from Arusha.
We learned to say “how much”, “too much”, “I’m a student”, “I want the Tanzanian price, not the foreigner price” and “reduce the price please” in Swahili.
The last photo shows what one can buy for a approximately $2, DKK 10-12.
Our (Ashley Reid, KJ Stime and me) first fix: an oxygen concentrator with a broken aluminum tube. We initially tried to reinsert the non-broken part of the aluminum tube into the compressor outlet, however this caused a major leak.
We ended up connecting the two ends with rubber tubes. The entire composition was held together by plastic zip-ties.
The oxygen concentration is now once again ready for use – an easy but useful fix.