Maize Sheller


Just be-cobs...

In Nepal, women must work very hard to provide for their families. You can provide a Maize Sheller:

  1. Maize is fed in the chute.
  2. Kernels are stripped – used for food, or sale
  3. Cobs ejected – mixed with cow dung as fuel for stoves.
  4. Users pay 1kg of maize for each 40kg they shell, to cover maintenance.

Your help is focused on Dalit women – a group traditionally regarded as outcaste, forgotten by the community.

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