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Change the world by abolishing the GMO Foods"""" help the community in making new system of toilets " MICROFLUSH TOILETS..Empower youths to have some microfranchise,,enterprenourships
many cs come to Kenya with many intentions and as a member we are in the same family...
HAVE YOU EVER ASKED YOURSELF WHO MADE IT POSSIBLE????
THE ANSWER IS HIM GOD.
The campaign slogan; Welcome to Kenya. Discover the magic of Africa captures the true character of Kenya; pristine, warm beaches, abundant wildlife, world renowned game parks and reserves, scenic landscape, eco-tourism, unique culture and warmth of the people, hundreds of birds and so much more. These merge to provide our visitors with amazing, memorable as well as good value for money experiences.
ALL THIS HAPPENS WITH HIS CARE AND GRACE ( THE ALMIGHTY GOD)
We have witnessed firsthand some of the 2.5 billion people lacking access to effective sanitation and have seen the effects this has on the health of children and families, education and opportunity, the community and on basic human dignity. In the past, well intentioned efforts have been applied to fix the problem using pit latrines and ‘improved’ pit latrines but these toilets have been smelly, fly ridden, environmentally intrusive and a disgusting experience for users who have no choice in the daily necessity of having to relieve themselves.
The GSAP Microflush Toilet is an off-grid, sustainable, environmentally friendly, low cost, odor- and fly- free toilet that reuses the small amount (1 cup) of grey water from a user’s hand wash to isolate waste from space and flush the toilet.
A user’s flush of waste directly falls into a filter-digester where the solids and liquids are rapidly separated. The solids are composted in an aerobic process enhanced by simple earthworms (e-fetida) found everywhere in the world. The small filtrate volume is processed naturally in a soak hole – a micro version of a rural leaching field in the US. There is no dislodging of sludge or transportation to a waste processing plant. Every 2 years, the rear cover is removed and organically rich compost is harvested for use in agriculture.
The GSAP Microflush Toilet can be the focal point of humanitarian efforts particularly for school WASH. GSAP and the S-Lab are already training toilet Makers in several countries and partnering with or creating micro-finance organizations for household loans to bring this technology to scale. A 15-use per day single stall toilet is typically sold to a household for $300; a 60-80 use pre day school and markets version completed in a masonry single toilet block with curtain wall is about twice this amount. Micro-financing can effect a revolving loan fund to solve a community’s sanitation problem while creating a viable enterprise for the entrepreneur-MAKER. No odor, no flies, no septic tank and frequent dislodging, flushes on a cup of water from hand washing, valuable pure fertilizer after 2 years - Imagine the possibilities!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I get interested people with the same mind so that we can better this world ..remember its me and you who can change it.. let us spend few minutes to stop and reason together and make a step ahead.
couch surfing is so interesting and here you meet different types of people good and bad but to my case the 70% are good people..i only urge you to do the same in return as i did to you....scratch my back as scratch yours too.....Then i have no doubt that GOD will rescure you
interested in changing this world by solidarity
Fuck out the GMO from my country
Music, Movies, and Books
christian movies ,love watching documentary movies..
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I am the founder of KENYA MICROFLUSH TOILETS and its really has an impact to the kenyan communities
have helped some needy kids and that is what am still doing.
STAYING SINGLE AND MAYBE IN THE REST OF MY LIFE (loosing a lovely wife is not forgatable thing)
Teach, Learn, Share
people with vision and who can create things and implement.( teach me i teach you so long as you ask me)
What I Can Share with Hosts
the taste of each culture hahahahaha
Countries I’ve Visited
Ghana, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda
Countries I’ve Lived In
Kenya, Sudan, Uganda