The local and environmentally-friendly production of the first bricks for the health centre has started in Siliyegue, Cameroon. Clay bricks are formed one by one using a locally manufactured manual machine. They are then stored in an open shed until they are burnt in an oven that will be used for multiple purposes: to burn bricks, to make bread and to cook – depending on the needs of the local population.
Please come and join us at our Hélélé concert in Wrington on Saturday 9 June 2018 (the local drumming group ‘Tokende’ will also be starring) – excellent music, great people, and dancing (not mandatory but difficult to resist). For details, please have a look at the poster (Hélélé concert in Wrington 090618).