Never Ending Food had the opportunity to visit the Moving Windmills project in Kasungu, Malawi. This is the initiative inspired by William Kamkwamba and the author of the book entitled, The Boy who Harnessed the Wind, and the movie by the same name.
Moving Windmills uses a variety of approaches to empower and educate young entrepreneurs in Malawi. This includes the establishment of innovation ‘hubs’ where community members have access to books, computers, and other educational materials.
They have also worked with local communities to install solar powered water pumps, renewable energy systems, and low-cost water wells.
At the Moving Windmills main office, called ‘Grace House’, they use and demonstrate sustainable ideas such as: mobile libraries, rechargeable electric modes of transportation, composting, and recycling.
Never Ending Food would like to thank Moving Windmills for hosting our visit and taking the time to show us some of exciting things that are happening in the Kasungu area. Hopefully the next visit will be to Never Ending Food!