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Using Water Hyacinth (seaweed) to create everyday household products

Achenyo Idachaba, C.E.O, Mitimeth, is working with rural communities in using water hyacinth (seaweed) to create everyday household products. Achenyo very recently (Jan, 2016) spoke at a TED Women gathering about the process and the incredible environmental and social implications of this meaningful work. Rainharvest.co.za adds: Water hyacinth is a free floating, or mud rooted plant, […]

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Why Should I Save Water?

Part of a child’s development is asking questions and learning about the environment. With amusing pictures and simple text, this book shows the importance of saving water. Children learn that clean water is one of our most precious natural resources. In this book, boys and girls are told about dozens of ways in which they […]

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