This video trains people to: Make and use a cooking hole with crop waste (maize stalks and cobs, cassava stems, banana stems and peels, elephant grass, etc.).Make biochar in the cooking hole.”Charge” the biochar with urine.Apply biochar to their crops as a... At each diocese, we train all parish women leaders. We train them to: Make and use cooking holes with crop waste, primarily maize stalks.Make biochar from the crop waste.Mix the biochar with urine.Apply the biochar to the fields to improve crop production. The parish... On November 16, 2021, we trained 20 parish women leaders on the cooking hole and biochar. Here is the report. Here is a video from the Diocese woman... Mali has a population of 19 million. 98% of its population uses wood or charcoal for cooking. This training is in partnership with the Association des Femmes Catholiques du Mali. Gabon has a population of 2 million. Most of the urban population uses gas for cooking while most of the rural population uses wood for cooking. This training is in partnership with the Association des Femmes Catholiques du Gabon. Zambia has a population of 18 million. 83% of families use wood and charcoal for cooking.