Healthy and Safe Kitchens - Nawandyo A - Namutumba

Visit by Harriet Kefeza on 2018-02-28

Report ID
953
Created by
Harriet Kefeza
Created date
2018-03-01 01:20:58 UTC
Modified by
Lorna Katagara
Modified date
2018-03-02 03:42:16 UTC
Trip Time
10:20-17:41 (7 h 21 m)
Village Time
12:38-15:20 (2 h 42 m)
Travel Time
4 h 39 m

Current State

Participation Rating
Success
Most homes have maintained their sanitation facilities 
Village Critical Needs
Need for stoves because most people cook on open flames 
Village Action Steps
Moblise each other for the next meeting as well as cut grass for building stoves 
Staff Action Steps
 
Sanitation Hygiene Committee
yes 
Water Users Committee
yes 
Other Class Notes
 
Community Ownership
yes 
Ownership Story
They have maintained their sanitation and hygiene 
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 big kitchens which are suitable for stoves. 

Kitchens all groups

Lesson Taught
demonstration stove 
How Many Men Attended
How Many Women Attended
27 
Staff Attendees
Harriet Kefeza,Jeska Nairuba,Tape Bwana 
Government Attendess
None 
Visitor Attendees
None 
Total Attendance
29 
Program
Stoves 
Notes
Harriet,Jeska and Tape found when the participants had already gathered. They found when the participants had gathered termite dirt and grass at the meeting place.They asked them to try to cut grass before the next lesson but, unfortunately they couldn't remember the ratio of one basin of grass to two basins of dirt. This gave an opportunity to Kibo staff to re teach them. The community together with Kibo staff stamped the dirt and built two demonstration stoves. They did this as they explained to the community the whole process encouraging them to master the processes because Kibo's goal is to teach them so that they can build for themselves as well as neighbouring communities and raise some money for themselves. The group thanked Kibo for being good teachers who are patient with them despite the mistakes they make. The group was left with a task of mixing grass and termite dirt that will be needed in the next meeting as well as identifying other two members who will be getting the next two stoves.