The research from a UNDP project shows how a local fibre from Kenya can also be used in increasing percentages to make
paper. 10 - 30 % would still be suitable while maintaining a quality finish. Too much (30-70%) and the large fibres will
affect the smooth quality of paper. Above this (70-100%) and the paper does not bond and is not suitable for quality paper
We needsponsors of$10,000-50,000 to help this community use his technology, to empower them to create employment in the
village and make a higher quality paper that can be value added and sold in the city.