Every household considers soap or washing powder a basic necessity. These are both products whose prices remain on the rise in our communities as their values constantly drop. What’s more, a great majority of all households in our communities buy the imported specimens of these products.
Dream Reformation, in its quest to alleviate poverty and improve on the livelihood of people in the community, carried out a campaign aimed at educating rural women on the techniques used in fabricating washing powder, locally known as “omo”. Dozens of attendees left with vital knowledge which they have already begun adapting to their local realities.
It is our fervent wish that these women not only curb household expenses by constantly fabricating their own washing powder, but that they also find a means to generate wealth using this knowledge, where necessary.