For much of our time we helped build a house for a widow and her family (this was a duplex!) by simply throwing mud on walls! We built along side genocide convicts, who were in a special program of community service, as they confessed and repented of what they had done during the genocide. They taught us the best techniques of mud throwing! They were kind and gracious and we bonded with them quickly. Even after just a week of working with them, it was so hard to say good bye! So each day we worked on the site from about 9am to 2pm. They would mix the mud right next to the house from already existing land, and then we would transport the mud to each other to throw (sometimes at each other!).