Our artisan hutters turn thatchers for the day and a fine job too they're making of a palm frond and grass straw roof for Hope Sakuma's first accomodation hut.
A very finely finished roof interior provides somewhere for someone to keep an eye on ducks and fish and stir the Azola Bocashi pit just behind the hut; somewhere for farmers attending our farmer field school to stay and somewhere diaspora and other visitors can spend some nights under the Sanda stars.
As Hassan demontrates it's big enough to stand up in and capacious enough to accomodate the first farmers for our upcoming farmer field school.
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