Healthy and Safe Kitchens - Kitukiro - Buyende

Visit by Harriet Kefeza on 2018-06-06

Report ID
1916
Created by
Harriet Kefeza
Created date
2018-06-08 08:49:08 UTC
Modified by
Lorna Katagara
Modified date
2018-06-12 08:07:26 UTC
Trip Time
10:01-18:48 (8 h 47 m)
Village Time
13:29-15:57 (2 h 28 m)
Travel Time
6 h 19 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
The bore hole fence have been maintained 
Village Critical Needs
Need for Mvule program because most people don’t own trees that they can cut down. 
Village Action Steps
Moblise each other for the stove program 
Staff Action Steps
Prepare for the next follow up lesson. 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
They have collectively maintained the borehole fence 
Three Stone Fires
yes 
Access to Clean Water
yes 
Open Defecation
no 
Water Access Explain
 
Prevent Ownership
None 
Allow Ownership
Good leadership structure 
Village Notes
There are two active men in the stove program 

Kitchens all groups

Lesson Taught
adjustements 
How Many Men Attended
How Many Women Attended
27 
Staff Attendees
Harriet Kefeza 
Government Attendess
LC1 
Visitor Attendees
Shanna, Rees,Kelsy,Ken,Brooks,Jill Barbra, Zack. 
Total Attendance
30 
Program
Stoves 
Notes
Harriet together with Six vistors and Zack found a few participants at the meeting place. They had already gathered materials at the home of Toffa who was identified to get a stove for that day. As soon as Kibo vehicle packed other members joined full of joy and excitement. Kibo staff first walked to a few homes that had got stoves. Fortunately they were all using them and very excited about them. They told Harriet that the stoves have simplified their lives as far as cooking food is concerned since they use very few firewood. No smoke in the kitchen as well as cooks food first . They later walked back to the home of Toffa where the stove was to be built.Harriet guided them to mix the dirt, stamped it and built one stove. The group was successful in other areas except measuring the banana stems is still a challenge. The person who had mastered the skill of measuring banana stems had gone to the hospital that day. Harriet retrained another person and encouraged the group also to learn other than looking at only one person. Members were happy and thanked Kibo for empowering them with a skill and uniting them by encouraging them to work together as a team. 

Next Visit: 2018-07-17 - Purpose: Monitor the progress of the stove program

Report Photos

3113 The community welcoming Kibo group staff and the visitors to their village with songs and dancing
3116 The community singing about how Kibo has brought unity in their village.
3119 This active man in the group Mr. Mukembo is demonstrating how to mix grass and termite dirt at a ratio of one to two( grass:dirt)
3194 The community joyfully mixing the dirt and grass as Harriet’s monitors to ensure that they perfectly do it.