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RVA Information Technology

RVA asked us to help migrate their IT Infrastructure and systems to upgrade the current systems. We were honored to accept the challenge and started assessments in February 2010. Fady Eldeiry visited RVA in February, to meet with the IT staff and others to talk about the needs they have and the current structure of the network. After a fruitful day and a half discussing, meeting people and taking pictures, we started the project.


We assembled a team of 5 volunteers to go and serve on this project. The team consisted of: Brett Rogers, Stephen Rugg, Josh Erquiaga, JP Babiera and Fady Eldeiry. We joined Jeff Hazard, Dave Tilly, Greg Yost, two students, Daniel and Kevin and some help from the hospital staff next door.

It was a wonderful team of talents, gifts and great character. The purpose of WePartner is to network people together and make gifts translate into good work. To re-discover the passion that each one has to do the work God called each to do. It was a great picture of team work and watching miracles happen when we all focus on the purpose of the work.

I want to thank each and everyone who worked on this project. All of you were a great testimony to each other and to RVA. You’ve given so much of your energy, gifts and talents, and character. You’ve focused on your work and had a great attitude, even though the work was much and the time was few.

Thank you to all the wives who let us all spend so much time away from family, and for your support this week. It was a great view to see you being part of the team with your support, encouragements, smile and just being there. God bless all of you and your families.

Fady Eldeiry.

Team Work!

I was supposed to put this up about 2 months ago, but I guess better late than never! In the begining of November, a team of 7 wonderful people went on an adventure to install and setup a VoIP phone system at a Camp in the deserts of Egypt, called Wadi Sports Camp. It was a wonderful adventure and an awesome experience.

Earlier in 2008, we officially started WePartner, a non-profit organization, to help with project management on projects that impact a local community and help build new relationships. That in itself has been an adventure of faith and excitement of what God can do when He puts a vision in front of people!

We were asked by the Camp to setup a phone system for them in their new building called “The Hotel”. From its name, it’s designed like a hotel, to host coaches from all over the world to help with sports camps for the children and youth of Egypt.

Team Phones

There are 66 rooms in the hotel, plus the reception, some offices, etc… Our team met weekly over gotomeeting for about 2 months to pray, eat, discuss plans, purchase equipment, assign tasks and think of whatever we could think of to accomplish this project. It was a great experience of bonding, building trust, building relationship, and building community!

When we arrived in Egypt, they spent 5 days working very hard to setup the whole system. We had 6 local professional electricians waiting to work with the team, which helped so much in the implementation. They had run cable for us already before we arrived. They also fixed whatever wasn’t testing successful. It was great to have them for prompt response.

Terminating Wires

Cultures Building Community

It was great to have a local team work with our team from the USA. Building community among them was an awesome experience. They learned from each other new skills in technology and electrical. They learned about each others’ cultures and built relationships among each other. They communicated with skill, since they didn’t speak each others’ languages! It was such a great experience to see the relationship being built that way. It was great to see that it’s not just about technology, or cables and phones…

The team that went from the USA was a mix of people from different backgrounds and different skills. What was common between them, was that they saw the vision and followed to the fullest of energy that they had. It was a great pleasure to get to meet each and every one of them and work with them on this project. When you travel across the ocean with people, you learn so much about each other and you take the risk of trusting each other. I would travel with them anytime!

I want to thank Jeremy Hoff and Brett Rogers for their extra dedication in leading the team and setting up for the project. I want to thank everyone who donated for this project, the team volunteered their time and paid their own way all the way to Egypt and back! The sacrifice they gave was outstanding! Also, there were individuals and organizations who donated money and equipment to accomplish this task. Thank you!

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