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Biogazy: Turning Poop into Power

Enjoy Michael’s blog as he teaches us about a new way to receive power!

This Journey Called Life

Alfred, my supervisor at FaFaFi, teaching the students at Amboaloboka about biogazy Alfred, my supervisor at FaFaFi, teaching the students at Amboaloboka about biogazy

During the past 5 months I have been graciously welcomed by both Fanentanana momba ny Fambolena sy Fiompiana (FaFaFi) and Amboaloboka to teach English. Amboaloboka is a school where young women come from all over Madagascar to learn skills and trades that they can then take back and use in their hometowns. FaFaFi’s mission revolves around teaching farmers “to be autonomous, self sufficient, and sustainable in their farming practices.” FaFaFi and Amboaloboka have collaborated in the past to teach the students various farming techniques. They have recently joined forces again, but this time for a slightly different purpose.

In Madagascar a majority of the population uses charcoal or wood burning stoves to cook their food every day. Over hundreds of years tens of thousands of trees have been cut down for the use of this necessity. As you…

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One thought on “Biogazy: Turning Poop into Power

  1. Christine Rotella on said:

    This is cool!

    Sent from my iPhone

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