Five American nurses head to Uganda to assemble 175 stoves

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Five nurses from the U.S. with the organization Sustianable Health Abroad will be arriving in Gulu,Uganda around January 23rd.

During their last visit, the rural Ugandan community they work with requested that they return with the knowledge and funds to build fuel-efficient and smoke-reducing stoves.

They will connect with Aid Africa, staying for three days with us and then they’ll take a truckload of our bricks to the village they work at near Masindi. They come to Uganda once a year to do projects in this one village. They’ll assemble about 175 of our Six Brick Rocket Stoves in all with our help. These stoves are designed to burn cleanly, thereby leaving Ugandan homes with cleaner, healthier air. One of the things Aid Africa does well. More info on our website at www.aidafrica.net

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