Once again, women of the Project's expert
Stove Installation Team
will go to reinforce the training given a few months ago when we brought the first 50 stoves there.
We recently delivered two brick pressing machines we had designed and manufactured for them in Nairobi.
Some of the Project's men will also go to demonstrate how to use these machines to produce the bricks needed for stove installation.
We are happy to let you know that this is also happening beyond the Serengeti.
The people responsible for the other most famous and important wildlife area, the Ngorongoro Crater, have also approached us about stove distribution.
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority provides funds to the Ngorongoro Pastoralist Council, the elected representatives of the people living in eleven wards and more than twenty thousand households in the Conservation Area.
The Council is now working with us to bring stoves to the area in large numbers.
Forty women from the Conservation Area have already come to the town of
Mto wa Mbu for training by expert women from the villages of
Losirwa where hundreds of stoves are already installed.
Project Trainers will soon go up to the Ngorongoro Highlands and complete the training in the women's own villages. The new trainees will then install the stoves in the homes in their own villages.