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How it Works
Hot composting treats feces and urine by destroying pathogenic organisms. When managed correctly, Humanure compost products are suitable for growing a variety of food crops and trees. .
Humanure toilets are inexpensive and very simple in design and implementation. They do not produce waste products, and they help reduce environmental and water pollution from untreated fecal material. The system can be adapted to many different contexts using locally sourced materials. The Humanure system is the simplest form of compost toilet, specifically designed to promote hot composting of human feces and urine, and organic cover materials e.g sawdust, dry leaves, grass e.t.c. This approach can involve different methods of collection, and either mechanized or manual composting, but the principles of thermophilic treatment and end-use are the same. This approach is also referred to as compost sanitation, or container-based sanitation.
What We do
Most people don’t realize how easy it is to compost feces and urine. People don’t question the value of using animal manure in a garden, but the idea of utilizing Humanure in agriculture typically produces a negative response. Due to ignorance and lack of practical knowledge, recycling Humanure remains one of the last frontiers in modern organics recycling, even though humans have been utilizing excreta to grow food and manage soil fertility for millennia. .
Unlike the use of untreated night soil, which is applied directly to fields, Humanure composting converts organic toilet material into a safe and hygienic soil treatment through containment, heat treatment and storage time — a combination of low-tech procedures and natural processes that destroy harmful pathogens, and close the nutrient loop. Humanure composting also returns valuable nutrients and Carbon back into the soil to restore soil fertility without reliance on chemical fertilizer. Humanure composting is not much different than composting ordinary food scraps or leaf litter..
List of our volunteers
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Fran Berman Lewbel-USA
Conselor in Consciousness
M.A Spiritual Psychology
at University of Santa Monica. Fran has worked with AYP on service project in Kenya building schools to the Maasai community
Gina Woodhill- Australia
Founder Madoka Vinyasa Yoga Well being Initiative (MYWI) ,a not for profit organization in Nigeria,a full time yoga teacher and yoga teacher trainer.opened the first designated yoga studio in Nigeria and provides community yoga and sponsored yoga teacher training for youths through a scholarship platform .....Gina is a mentor for Africa yoga project and a fund raiser for AYP and a number of other organizations that work with Community well being
A Studied at Australian National University
Doctor. Michael Schweppe
Doctor Michael Schweppe is an orthopedic surgeon and yoga teacher in New York. He received his undergraduate degree from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and his M.D. from Columbia University. Michael met Samson Muhalia while volunteering with the Africa Yoga Project in Kenya in 2015, and was inspired by Samson's vision of improving lives through safe sanitation.