Using waste materials to make eco-friendly coal

Dieudonne busy sorting groundnut shells to make fuel briquettes. Photo: Primo Luanda
Used paper and scraps of food are carbonated and transformed into fuel. Photo: Primo Luanda
Female refugees like Niyuhire Esperance (right) have reduced fetching firewood as they have an alternative eco-friendly form of fuel. Photo: Primo Luanda

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