“Mamas making up the Ernas Women’s Association have tapped onto a creative initiative to boost their everyday income, at the same time promote tourism development within their area, when they decided to build a house using much cheaper and affordable materials which will be used as a training centre.
The wall of the house is made from sacks filled with soil stacked together. “This is the cheapest we could afford”, Joseph said. She said they have been building the house for two weeks already, as they were delayed due to bad weather. “We work from Monday to Friday starting at 9am and finishes at 3m, scheduling such a time to allow us to prepare our children for school each morning, and cook meals for our families in the afternoon”.”
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