NEW to this Eco-Kalan Project's Lakbay Aral Video:
- Income Earning and Business Potential of Eco-Kalan-C stove
Banana-ques as example.
- Outstanding Cooking Performance of the Eco-Kalan-C
Cooked for 111 persons at the Lakbay Aral luncheon at Felipa Beach, Dumaguete City, Philippines.
Using 2 Eco-Kalan-C, we cooked:
- 126 kg of food (Pork & Beans, Pancit, Rice, Banana-ques, Fried Chicken); in
- 5 hrs 19 minutes total cooking time on Eco-Kalan-C; using
- 16.65 kg of firewood (star apple tree); valued at
- Ᵽ75 pesos or USD $1.74 (under USD $2)
Eco-Kalan & Magic Box Demo to Lakbay Aral from Caticugan Elem. Sch., Siaton, Neg. Or., July 26, 2013
by Rebecca Vermeer
AIMS of Eco-Kalan Project:
To Improve the Health, Environment and Economics of Poor Communities.
Eco-Kalan Donors & Lunch Sponsors from Canada: Kees & Rebecca Arrieta Vermeer of Sidney, BC; and The Chilcotin Log Church of Hanceville, BC
("Bayanihan Para sa Kabataan Lakbay-Aral Para Sa Karunungan at Kapayapaan" Project)
The Lakbay-Aral Project is a one-day Educational Tour of Dumaguete City for Grade 5 and Grade 6 pupils of selected elementary schools in isolated communities, most of which are within conflict zones in Negros Oriental, Philippines. It is designed to broaden the horizon of these school children by exposing them to other people, places and activities outside their respective community.
302ND BRIGADE, PHILIPPINE ARMY, NEGROS ORIENTAL
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, NEGROS ORIENTAL DIVISION
ORIENTAL NEGROS CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY NETWORK
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
AIMS OF THE PROJECT:
- To promote the Bayanihan tradition of the Philippines as an effective tool in the pursuit of peace, security and development in the community.
- To strengthen the Philippine Army and the Armed Forces of the Philippines' partnership with the peace and security stakeholders, in particular the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO's).
- To promote education as a key to sustainable development and lasting peace in communities.
"The eco-KALAN Project" is a proud Partner of the Lakbay-Aral Project.