Healthy and Safe Kitchens - Sinde - Namayingo

Visit by Harriet Kefeza on 2018-07-27

Report ID
2479
Created by
Harriet Kefeza
Created date
2018-07-31 08:44:22 UTC
Modified by
Harriet Kefeza
Modified date
2018-07-31 09:36:28 UTC
Trip Time
10:17-18:56 (8 h 39 m)
Village Time
13:56-15:47 (1 h 51 m)
Travel Time
6 h 48 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
Sanitation and hygiene standards have been maintained 
Village Critical Needs
Need for stoves because most people cook on open flames 
Village Action Steps
Moblise each other for the next meeting 
Staff Action Steps
Prepare for the next lesson 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
They have kept their Jerrycans clean as well as 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
Most homes have very big kitchens that suit the Healthy and Safe Kitchen program 

Kitchens all groups

Lesson Taught
goals and objectives 
How Many Men Attended
18 
How Many Women Attended
30 
Staff Attendees
Harriet Kefeza 
Government Attendess
LC1 
Visitor Attendees
None 
Total Attendance
48 
Program
Stoves 
Notes
Harriet had planned to introduce the Healthy and Safe Kitchen to the community.This was intended to create awareness on the benefits of this program as well as assess their interest in the program. Harriet found some participants waiting at the meeting place. As soon as she reached other participants showed up for the meeting. The chairperson LC1 introduced Harriet and asked the community to listen to Harriet what she had come to teach them. Harriet first thanked the community for having turned up for the meeting and she also encouraged them to always respond to any teaching brought in their community if they are to benefit. She asked the group to identify the challenges they go through while cooking. This was intended to help men understand how much work the women do to support the family. Also this was intended to help men appreciate their wives on how much work their do thus help them to support their wives. The group said women do a lot of work right from cleaning the home,fetching water, taking care of the sick ,looking for food,fetching water as well as looking for fire wood and cook for the family. The group said some men only help to support With finances to support the family which it’s done at 50%. One woman called Matilda said that for her from the time she grew up her father never helped her mum and even her when she got married she never expected any help from the mother. She added that at times when women ask their husband to help them they complain and say that women look them down. One man called Okecho reminded there is need to love their wives because the Bible encourages them to treat them as partners not as slaves. Some men said that most of their wives do not take time to have a bath because they always pretend to be busy. The women reacted on this and said they also love to bath during day time but basing on several activities they do with in a day at times they lack time to bath during day time . They only bath at night after serving food to the family and every one is a sleep. Harriet asked them to identify the possible solutions toward this and they said that women need stoves so that they can set food on fire and are able to do other activities. Harriet told them that the reason she asked them she wanted them to understand the challenges they go through and work hard to overcome them. Therefore Kibo plans to teach them how to build fuel efficient stoves but it requires active participation for both men and women. The group was very excited and asked if Kibo can build some stoves for them the following day. Harriet told them that they will have to go through a series of theoretical lessons before they go for practicals. 

Next Visit: 2018-08-01 - Purpose: Teach them the materials required for building stoves.