The machine that we acquired in 2010 produces 1,500 interlocking dry stacked, soil-cement environmentally friendly blocks daily. In 2012, we used the machine to manufacture 26,000 blocks that allowed us to complete the library/study building. In 2013, we finally finally established and officially launched operations. We use the machine to produce and sell blocks as well as build houses, thus raising additional funds for reinvestment and sustainability of the business and later the school operating costs. The machine is ideal for working on remote sites where the use of electricity is not an option. The “block making machines hydraulically compress soil that contains a small amount of clay and silt mixed with cement into soil cement blocks. When cured, these can be dry-stacked with no mortar.” As a result, HYDRAFORM machines are ideal for sites where transport costs for cement and sand are high. The machine is mounted on wheels and can be moved from one site to the other. It has a diesel engine and requires 8L for a daily production of 1,500 blocks. The environmentally friendly nature of our blocks, their interlocking proprieties and the cost-effective use of our interlocking blocks set us apart from the competitor cinder blocks.