'I was spending more time cooking than earning money. Most of the time because of the smoke I was sneezing and coughing a lot.'
But life changed for Christine with a single pig that gave birth to seven piglets. She bred the pigs and then the biodigester was built and installed.
'They built the biodigester and they showed us how we would put pig's pee and poo inside and how to use it.'
Before, most of her day was spent cooking and tending the fire, but with the biodigester, Christine could spend the time on her businesses. She not only saved her tailoring trade but also invested in poultry, earning extra income through selling chickens and eggs.