Camel Poop Paper Factory

The world’s first camel poop paper factory has been established on the campus of Lokhit Pashu-Palak Sansthan. Its purpose is to generate extra income for the camel breeders from the sale of dung, to create some jobs for local women, and to just highlight the biodiversity enriching aspects of the camel. After all, according to local knowledge, the camel eats 36 species of trees, bushed and grass – and all these are reflected in the paper!

Camel Conservation and Livelihoods Project

This is a project by the NGO Lokhit Pashu-Palak Sansthan to stop the dwindling of Rajasthan’s camel numbers by helping their keepers to generate extra income. So activities have focused on developing new and exciting products from camels which were traditionally used only for draught purposes.

Some of these include camel milk ice cream (yum!), paper made from camel dung (extremely biodiverse!), soap made from camel milk. Our latest explorations have focused on camel wool and together with wool experts and designers we have created a range of amazing items!Camel wool articles in wonderful and natural earthy colours
Brochure about the camel project

Camel Charisma Catalogue

3 Replies to “Projects”

  1. Thank you madam Rollefson for your dedicated effort for conservation of camel in India & providing livelihood support to the camel farmers of Rajasthan. Both your projects are unique & highly innovative.

  2. Camel milk is extremely nutritious and absolutely safe for consumption. It is believed that people who drink camel milk on a regular basis are less prone to suffering from body ailments. Keep reading to explore..

    My very own web blog
    < the benefits of drinking camel milk.Eminent scientists and researchers from different countries have proven that camel milk has numerous health benefits. It has been touted since ages that the milk of this desert animal has endured nomads and Bedouins during their long wandering odyssey. Domestication of camels and camel farming are extensively carried out in dry and arid regions like Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kenya, etc.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.