The woman that prepares the meals in the Emukhunzulu Education Centres cooks over an open fireplace meals for approximately 100 children und adults. This is done with huge efforts, as one can imagine this form of cooking causes extreme costs for charcoal every month.
The Kenian Authorities require each school, that provides meals for children to purchase the kenian made ceramic Jiko. A special stove commonly used in Kenia that can safe a lot of solied fuel.
As the group of our godchildren is growing increasingly, we will have to think economically efficient to safe money that can rather be used to finace our Lunch programm.
(400 Euro have already been collected through private donors. However, we still need another 461 Euro)
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