Hey – he’s just stealing other peoples blogs! Don’t re-create the blog I always say and I am fairly confident you are just not going to stumble across this by yourself.
How do you heat your home or cook on a stove when you do not have electricity? You cut down your forest trees and turn them into charcoal. The illegal charcoal trade is a serious issue in many Central and West African nations. One project we are familiar with is the Kibale Fuel Wood Project managed by the New Nature Foundation.
Back to the Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project and some blog thievery on my part. In January, the Agriculture Project Coordinator for the MGVP One Health program helped introduce fuel briquette technology to the community, reducing their need for charcoal and turning it into a business opportuntiy. Click on the link for the full blog.
So – no direct plagiarism on my part and I am standing here in Rwanda staring at a fuel briquette which gives me at least some rights to steal their blog.