The Well-Oiled Machine of Jasho Letu One of the founding organizations of Umande’s very first biocentre, TOSHA I, Jasho Letu has continued to find success over the last 12 years. Located in Katwekera Sarang’ombe, the group has made ample use of the sp... read more
During the morning of my first Tuesday as an intern at Umande, I embarked on my first field visit of the semester. My guide and co-worker Joseph met me at the office bright and early to show me around Kibera, numerous biocentres, and introduce me to the p... read more
Mitigating climate change using briquettes the umande Story.
On March 9th, Umande was able to send representatives to the Ngaru Girls High School in Kerugoya, an all girls boarding school a little over two hours from Nairobi. The facilities here (a bio-digester 84m3, renovated 20 toilets, biogas piping and burners)... read more
On March 8th women, men, and non-binary people all across the globe came together to celebrate, and to declare actions that can truly drive greater change for women. The rights of girls and women all over the world are violated every day. For years, fema... read more
A step at a time always brings us closer to achieving a desired goal. The residents of Kibagare village in westlands constituency of Nairobi have long come to trust this expression. Kibagare is a peri-urban area with a population of around 15000 people an... read more
The project aims to connect twenty newly constructed Bio-toilets in Ng’araria Girls Secondary located in kandara constituency in Kiambu County to a bio-digester. The project will improve the toilets and handwashing facilities within the school. The stud... read more
Umande Trust staff participated in a successful team building event. The team participated in bonding sessions which helped in encouraging collaboration and team work. One of the most powerful reasons for team building is to get results. Through a series ... read more