Getting our hands dirty on Earth Day

Earthday 1

Just another day for Aid Africa to be green.

  • Planting fruit and shade trees in deforested areas
  • turning muddy sloughs into a protected supply of clean drinking water
  • converting sawdust and riverbank clay into insulation bricks for our fuel-efficient stoves
  • modifying the cooking platform at a hospital with stoves that burn better with less wood

That’s what we are doing on Earth Day and every day in Sub-Saharan African communities.

There is lots more to tell here.

earthday 2

 

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