The group from Engineers Without Borders, Cincinnati Chapter is working with the Sisters at the Notre Dame Academy to help them construct a biogas digester at their school in Buseesa, Kibale District. Team was led by Sr. Rita together with John Bangiski were hosted at Kasisi.
Keith Miller a Peace Corp volunteer at Kasisi introduced the team to Kasisi Primary School, he later led the team to the farm.
In order to get more biogas systems across Uganda, visiting an operating digester is key. It is one of the step many of your clients take to enable decision making. We are glad to have Buseesa community together with Engineers Without Borders visit one of our site in Kasisi.
Having a meal cooked on gas from organic waste is one step towards fuel sustainability.
Ops! Did not expect to respond to millions of ENGINEERING related questions!
David, spent over 10 hours on a bus from Soroti (Eastern Uganda) to Kasisi! We were glad to have you visit our site. Thanks for spending time with us.
Engineers Without Border team from Ohio was great.
EWB team: Your engineering skills would add value to our work, together we will work on improving the design of the system without compromising quality and gas production. For the next six months or so, we will learn a lot. Keep an eye on our page for more.
John and Jude, thanks for the great work. Without you guys on the ground nothing would be possible.
Lauren Harroff, is a research fellow through the Fulbright US Student program, we have had great time working together. Thanks
Yes, it is serious business. We need more biogas systems installed.