Healthy and Safe Kitchens - Kiteigalwa - Bugiri

Visit by Harriet Kefeza on 2019-02-22

Report ID
4410
Created by
Harriet Kefeza
Created date
2019-02-25 01:29:11 UTC
Modified by
Harriet Kefeza
Modified date
2019-02-26 02:17:11 UTC
Trip Time
10:17-17:10 (6 h 53 m)
Village Time
12:36-15:19 (2 h 43 m)
Travel Time
4 h 10 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
They have an active funeral association whereby Incase one looses a dear one the association contributes Ugx 100,000 towards the funeral. 
Village Critical Needs
Need for stoves because some people still cook on open flames. 
Village Action Steps
Continue cutting grass for building stoves 
Staff Action Steps
Prepare for next lesson 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
They bought a community rice milling machine 
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
The women are interested and eager to learn. 

Kitchens all groups

Lesson Taught
demonstration stove 
How Many Men Attended
How Many Women Attended
22 
Staff Attendees
Harriet Kefeza 
Government Attendess
LC1 
Visitor Attendees
None 
Total Attendance
24 
Program
Healthy and Safe Kitchens 
Notes
Harriet found a few participants waiting at the meeting place. She asked the few participants who had arrived at the meeting place to go and collect more people to come for the lessons. They later own all gathered and Harriet asked them to walk with her to the homes where two demonstration stoves were previously built. She divided them into two groups and asked each group to watch and learn at a time to avoid contesting one kitchen which may not give them enough room to watch and ask questions where they did not understand. She successfully removed banana stems from the two previously built stoves as she explained the whole process to the participants. At the end she asked the participants also to ask questions in order to assess whether they have been following the process or their have missed some steps. One participant “Najemba Amina” asked that what will happen in case they left the banana stems to stay for more than two weeks. Harriet thanked her for having asked such a question and told her that if the banana stems stayed longer they will rote in the stoves thus becoming hard to take out which ( blocking the different holes on the stove which was intended for different purposes). Harriet encouraged them to always be eager to learn “through active participation “the whole process of building stoves because they are expected to build stoves on their own. 

Next Visit: 2019-03-04 - Purpose: Teach participants how to build stoves.