After a wonderful and productive 2022, with reforestation and sustainable development projects, Alternare and the local communities have started planning for the coming year. During the first months of 2023 an evaluation of the 25 community work groups will be made to share the goals met as well as the challenges faced.
Ending 2022 around 18 women and 45 men participated in six workshops which resulted in the construction of three cisterns to capture rainwater and three fuel-efficient stoves.
Water distribution systems continue being a priority and fortunately the cisterns built will enable more equitable and efficient water allocation among communities. Families are increasingly finding that water resources are becoming scarce, and cisterns supply the much-needed water for them.
MBF continues supporting all these fantastic endeavours that strengthen the communities involved and help conserve the monarch butterfly’s migratory phenomenon!
Finishing cistern at Francisco Serrato Community
Fuel-efficient stove - Francisco Serrato Community
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