Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Rock Catchment Reservoir at Kiange Village

mutomo rock catcthment.

Water is a resourceful commodity in the lives of all living things. However, fresh water is considered more secure than any other type of water due to its natural form. Fresh water is considered free from chemicals as a result of no additive components.

In Mutomo getting fresh water requires one to walk long distances to acquire it from water reservoirs at the rock catchment areas at Mutomo Hills.

Fresh water is found at a rock catchment in Kiange Village near Kiange Primary school just two kilometre distance from Mutomo DC's office down the road.

If you are in Western Kenya, Central, Nyanza, Coastal Region, Rift Valley or Nairobi and you complain about water shortage, visit Eastern or North Eastern and you will be left wondering if people in such places value water much the way you do. However,mechanisms have seen them through such as the use of donkeys and rearing of drought resistant animals like goats.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

CLIMATE CHANGE TRAINING

Residents of Malili, Kavyuvaa and Ndovoini underwent training on the effects and adaptation mechanisms to Climate change. The training took place in Malili AIC, Flora's farm and Ndovoini OVC Centre. Residents highly appreciated the training and promiseed to plant many tre4es and avoid any cutting down of trees.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

ICT Training









Mutomo community Information Volunteer and Community Knowledge Facilitator received training on usage of web 2 tools between 3rd and 5th Feb. 2010. The training which was facilitated by Job Mainye took place at the Community Knowledge Centre. Some of the topics covered included, uploading ad downloading of content in bliv.tv, scyronching content on iPod nano, creating and updating of blog among other.
Thanks for the training

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Community Meetings on Climate Change Report

ALIN conducted a climate change awareness meeting on 14th October 2009 at Malili town, 20 Kilometers from Mutomo town. In attendance were 73 participants who comprised of 38 Females and 35 males.
The aim of the one day meeting was to sensitize members of the Malili community on issues around climate change. The group was able to identify some contributing factors in their community, site some changes that have happened over time and identify ways through which they can reduce and adopt to climate change.
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