Men burning bricks for community development, as the saying goes “dust is yourself”. Communities join hands in developing their villages. Original photo on Instagram
Gift Tembo cutting wood trunks for brick burning in preparation for borehole construction. Original photo on Instagram
Christina Jamson, 72 years old using handwashing facility for the first time. Original photo on Instagram
Inside Khrito’s new constructed ecosan toilet with a mixture of ash and soil, which is applied inside the pit after using it to prevent smell and flies. What you are seing are not flies, but rays of light. Original photo…
Daily Archives: 6th September 2012
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