Low cost ''earthen floor'' technology helps to improve the quality of lives in Rwanda | Africanews
7 days ago, 23:18
A group of former students at Stanford University had an idea to adapt a proven simple floor technology from the United States. Their non-profit social enterprise Earth Enable ,based one hour from ,Kigali now helps to improve the quality of life for families throughout the country. Their aptly named “earthen floors” are made without industrial .They use machinery from a mixture of compacted, locally sourced materials — gravel, sand and clay. They did not have an earthe ...
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