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Trying out simple technology for families in kenya

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Poor families in Kenya were learning how to make soap, yoghurt and tomato's jam using simple new technology

Poor families in Kenya were learning how to make soap, yoghurt and tomato's jam using simple new technology


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  • 1. MicroAid Project presents: Trying out simple technology for families in Kenya This presentation is the documentation of activities of poor families in Kenya are learning new technology skills to make a simple tomato jam, yoghurt and soap. These micro-projects funded by MicroAid Projects. These micro-projects managed by COSDEP, a Community Facilitation Partners joined in MicroAid Projects
  • 2. COSDEPs facilitator Mr. Nyaga was explaining about the steps to do micro project
  • 3. Boiling tomatoes to make tomato’s jam
  • 4. Decoction tomatoes stirring constantly so soft and can be filtered
  • 5. Tomatoes that have been boiled, filtered into bottles to make tomato jam
  • 6. Boil the potatoes to make soap
  • 7. Stirring the stew of potatoes during boiling
  • 8. Potato decoction stirring constantly until smooth
  • 9. Mixing raw materials
  • 10. all raw materials were mixed and stirred continued
  • 11. Soap and packaged ready-to-wear
  • 12. Filter the milk to make yogurt
  • 13. Stored milk mixture until it becomes yogurt
  • 14. Mr. Ngure giving his comments after training
  • 15. This is it! (from left to right): Soap, Yoghurt and Tomato’s jam
  • 16. What is MicroAid Projects? MicroAid Projects is a development charity that reaches out to poor families via the internet with simple training in profitable family enterprise.   MicroAid's mission: Empowering poor families to eradicate poverty from their lives through family enterprise.   MicroAid's goals: To establish local community facilitation partners in poor areas who can connect low income families to micro aid for family enterprise skills training.   www.microaid.org

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