Fuel Efficient, Life Saving Stoves for 40 Families

$6,268 $0
Raised Remaining
Aug 19, 2011

Environmental education

In addition to the construction of energy efficient stoves which bring both health and environmental benefits to the communities in which we work, we also incorporate related topics into our educational work with the children.

In Honduras we recently observed the Day of the Tree. On this day children left the classroom to go outside and learn more about trees and why they’re important to us. This year, the students from our secondary school took on the task of educating the younger children from the primary school in San Rafael.

They read them stories, staged short plays and organised various games and activities as well as some refreshments. We all learned something and had loads of fun. And cake!


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Project Leader

Ross Deans

St Albans, Herts United Kingdom

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