Sometimes our work at Salama Stoves works on both sides of the problem, prevention and cure! Emma’s story touches on all sides of what we do and has a happy ending, or is it a beginning?
SALAMA STOVE STORIES
The Salama Stove story of the Kipkoech family from Kuresoi – Njorua
Sheila Chepkorir is four years old. She smiles a lot and likes to play with the animals in her compound – a small dog and several skinny kittens whom she shares her potatoes and beans with. She used to spend lot of time sitting indoors, on the floor, in the same small house where her […]
Nestled among the green hills not too far from Nakuru, the Kirui’s compound is neat and peaceful, despite the dozens of children running around, skipping rope and chasing each other. The house the family of four lives in is humble but charming. Newly built using traditional materials such as cow dung and mud, it has […]
The family of Kibwott and Chebet is one of those who has received the stove after our team met them at Nakuru General hospital burns ward. “I feel much safer having this stove in the house, as I know the children cannot get burned on it” says Teresa, their mum. And Teresa knows the value […]