A group of 14 women from Mambanje Village, on the border of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, have finally received training on how to make their own rocket stoves. The training has been in demand at Mambanje after a few of community members recently visited the Soft Foot Alliance Trust, saw the stoves and fell in love with the way in which people are able to save both fire wood and time by using them. Each of the 14 women trained by a facilitator from the Soft Foot Alliance Trust are encouraged to train others in the community and also make rocket stoves for sale. So next time you’re in Mambanje, ask for a meal made on a rocket stove! African Bush Camps Foundation is proud to support innovative ideas that lead to the conservation of our environment.