Herold studied to be an electrician. Then he studied plumbing. Then, he began studying to be a tailor. (In developing countries, one profession is never enough.) He has a sewing machine that ASAPH helped him to acquire.
WEC, Herold and his wife set up a plan to make masks for the Covid-19 situation. It's a small project, and slow. Plus, masks aren't nearly as popular there as they are here. BUT, people in Haiti are being told to wear masks in public. WEC and Herold are making them.
In life, you have to adapt. In Haiti, you have to adapt even more. ASAPH has adapted to the virus situation by making masks.
Missionary in Haiti.