Brick making machine for rebuilding in Nepal

One of the options we’ve discussed is the import of a manual brick making machine (s) that would be invaluable to Dadagaun (and indeed other villagers) so that they can recycle the original mud bricks that they have in their existing houses and then make new and stronger bricks and reinforce them with steel and cement. Below is  a dropbox folder so that everyone can take a look at the machines. The biggest hurdle seems to be the transport and import of these into Nepal but we are working on that through a number of contacts. We were able to buy six machines and rebuilding is well underway. DSCN0985 mould picture

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