Learning with a passion: kaveera local recycling system Vs industrial mass recycling.
Kamwenge women and men living around Kibale National Park in Bigodi learn how to make better use of buveera and other plastics fetched from environment. It’s now a source of livelihood, a handmade product can cost shs 80,000. Minimum at shs 25, 000. Men were also advised to start mass Kaveera collection for industrial Use.
Applause to Unite for Environment for mobilising women ahead of this nature conservation measures. All environmentalists need to emulate yr approach.special applause to North Carolina Zoo for funding you ably.
Kampala based women group members already massively benefiting from Kaveera handcrafts, were on ground to teach these women. HAPPY EID!