I became ill in Ghana and, while I was suffering from cold sweats, I grabbed a pencil, paper and part of a window frame to use as a ruler to design a village house. The missionary Manolo Bonet saw my plan when it was finished, and said, "I like it, let’s build it".
We asked permission from the local "elders" and chose the location and orientation between all of us. The next morning, there were hundreds of people digging up the earth to make the foundations, and nowadays the people of Binde use it to house the families of patients at the Binde Rural Hospital.