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Our first peep at REAP

(Getting to know the staff and some of the work that REAP promotes)

sunny 32 °C

One of the REAP staff, Domatilla, demonstrated how to make a fuel efficient stove out of easily accessible clay and a mold. Domatilla's clay oven demo

Domatilla's clay oven demo

Dom's improved kitchen

Dom's improved kitchen

REAP team at the equator

REAP team at the equator

North and south

North and south

REAP Easter tree planting workshop

REAP Easter tree planting workshop


On Friday we went to a workshop with 30 other REAP members based around Kisumu to learn about the benefits of tree planting around Easter time. It was a great place to meet people who are already implementing various techniques, plants and trees that REAP promotes. The workshop began with introductions, which lasted for several hours. These included sharing how many chickens, goats, cows, children, wives and grandchildren one had. We felt pretty lame saying we owned no animals, had no children, no grandchildren, and just one wife.

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