Children contribute to Practical Conservation of Kibale National Park

 

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Members of Iruhuura Wildlife Club mix mud and manure for building fuel efficient stoves

Take a look at http://news.mongabay.com/2014/0110-millar-children-build-fuel-efficent-stoves-uganda.html

for an article on how our children at Iruhuura school are taking the conservation knowledge that they have gained through our programs into their communities and making a practical contribution to protecting Kibale National Park.

A 3 burner fuel efficient stove

A 3 burner fuel efficient stove

 
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