Kasiisi Project Activities in Action – watch our new videos

Kasiisi Project Wildlife Club students building a fuel efficient /low emission cook stove

Click here-Improved Cookstove Project  and here-Bee Education Project  to see 2 brief new videos highlighting conservation education programs and showing our children involved in promoting the importance  of cleaner burning cook-stoves, and bees  to the environment.

Students from Rweteera Wildlife Club build a traditional beehive.

Thanks to Corey Dickinson, Princeton in Africa volunteer 2016-2017, for great movie clips and editing and to National Geographic and other sponsors for funding these important programs.

Scout Leonard, member of the Harvard Beekeeping Association talks to students at Nyabweya Primary School about bees

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