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Very interesting! Dear Bernhard, we now have more to discuss about next time we meet. Keep in touch.
Curious to know if this project addresses grain milling?
The first 100% kerosene and indoor smoke free zone in rural Tigray / Ethiopia (Pilot project)
Step No. 2 : ensuring sustainability with consistent assistance and follow-up over a period of at least 2 years is going on.
Step No. 3 : creating the necessary awareness that this time-based initiative will have to be continued based on self reliance and using own means, is started.
Thanks for this interesting field project. Great to see such a large number of lamps going out, and that you plan to watch and see what happens over the next couple of years. It would certainly be interesting to hear back about lamp failure rates.
Follow-up Report # 3 - August 2015
MAIGOBO sub-district (Hawzen) – in Geralta
The first 100% kerosene and indoor smoke free zone in rural Tigray / Ethiopia
Relative images to follow.