Activities with the producers in CPS.

This activity was aimed to know and understand all the production process of each producer and also it need to collect data of stove dimensions and draw materials check. This was done by team member in April 2013. They are focusing on producer profile form and conduct data collection as well as identify interest producer to collaborate and practice to produce ICS in two villages, Nonsavanh and Khili, Sanasomboun district, Champasak province. The result of activities is that in Ban Nonsavanh, 6 producers and 11 stove labours and 10 distributors expressed clear interest and agreed to join project. And at Ban khilli, there is two producers who are interested to join and 13 stove labours.

From the 28-30 May 2013, ICS Champasak organized training in effective stove production for local producers, with a total 52 participants, including 28 women producers, the training participants included 6 entrepreneurs, 31 of stove producer labour from Ban Khili and Ban Nonsavanh, 2 from producer’s labours from Beukthong village, 2 heads of the villages, 2 DST and 1 LWU from CPS, the Vice governor of Sanasombuon district is pay attention to be a chairman and provided opening as well as closing speech, 6 ICS staff and 1 SNV Advisor.

This training was included the inputs of two stove producers from Ban Beukthong in SVK province, who have experience producing new ICS since the programme initial its implementation in 2012.

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