A year after paying the connection charge - electricity finally arrives on site!
The building programme of our site in Chiringa is progressing. We’ve built kholas for the male goats, plastered the outsides of the older buildings to weather-proof them before the rains.
to all who kindly accepted our “Bricks & Mortar by the Metre” challenge to sponsor a metre of security wall. Part of the site’s boundary is now safely walled, but there are still hundreds of metres to go - we need to protect from theft, damage, vandalism, and provide safety for our land, produce, livestock, staff and visitors.
The Training Hall is a bold and beautiful local resource. It’s been great to be able to host the first few Training Courses there and when fully equipped will offer a wide range of development opportunities for the community.
We’re still short of equipment—we only have a few chairs so far, but people, hungry for quality teaching, happily sat on benches or the floor!
We train both in theory in the classroom, and by practical demonstration outside
Training a group of Chiefs in agricultural best practice
This is page 4 Autumn trip 2009
Developing our site .....