The Fuel from Waste Network will be running a series of events across Nairobi up to the 28th May.
The Alfastar Development Association and Terra Nuova East Africa will be leading the events, supported by Valdese 8×1000, Casa no profit Barbusè and Middlesex University London.
More details to follow.
The continues to be lots of activity from the groups working with FfW. Sharing knowledge, expertise and empowerment.
We’ll be reporting on those this week. We’ll also change the structure of the site layout, to make it easier to find FfW people you’d like to work, with, get training from, help, or purchase product or equipment from.
Check in to see the news and the updates.
We’ll be updating information, and re-organising the blog very soon.
More to follow… :)
The Fuel from Waste Network has been busy. So busy, in fact, that we’ve not had a chance to update the blog for a while!
We’ll be remedying that asap. We have news of initiatives, actions, articles published, research, TV broadcasts and further development and refinement of future plans.
First up: Fuel from Waste is due to be featured on GBS TV Kenya’s “Waste Energy” feature on Saturday at 7.30. Have a look at the current feature and follow the link to catch that broadcast – http://gbskenya.com/waste-energy/
Drop in to our Youtube Channel for films showing the background and work of the Fuel from Waste Network: http://www.youtube.com/user/Fuelfromwaste
More, coming soon.
Some pictures of the events in Kenya and UK. More to come.
We’ve got reports of hugely successful events from Kenya and Sudan coming in and the Systems Jam at in London produced some excellent results.
We’ll post up pictures and more detailed reports, as soon as possible.
Great work, everybody. :)
We’ve put together the footage of FfW 2011 into three playlists on youtube.com to help support World Fuel from Waste Day 2012.
1. The Participatory Design sessions
2. The Exhibition of equipment, machinery and demonstrations of techniques
3. The Voxpops of participants and visitors
Have a look.
Hopefully they will be helpful and understanding the area, the approach and the people involved, and will encourage others to link up with the movement.