This community group works under a church set up by the name “Recovery and Hope Ministries”.
Francis Kiilu, a Fuel from Waste participant and active member of the movement, is the leader of the ministry and they have five branches in Kenya:
– Nairobi (Kibera slums)
– Mt. Elgon
– Three eastern province Matuu, Makutano and Machakos towns.
All the branches are involved in community activities. Nairobi (Kibera slums) branch is the youngest and the activities there focus on are the reduction of discarded solid waste into gain and small business enterprises. There is proposed activity of vocational training plus academic school to help to move toward the Kenya Vision 2030 http://www.vision2030.go.ke/
Francis Kiilu explains the plan:
“REDUCTION OF FORMATION OF SOLID WASTE INTO GAIN
The plans we have are to buy plastic bags and distribute them to few plots surrounding our church. Train the people how to separate waste materials as they pack them in the separated bags supplied. The aim being to sell the materials, which can be recycled, turn into briquette the materials which can burn and sell the food surplus to pigs farms. At the moment we are contributing money towards the purchase of the plastic bags and briquette press machine. The moment we shall be well set for the activity.”
Contact Francis Kiilu at ‘Recovery and Hope Ministries’: email@example.com