An outside view of a charcoal kiln. Mangrove wood which has been cut to size are placed outside the kiln. The bark is stripped and the wood is dried outside for a week, before being brought into the kiln for the production of charcoal. It takes about a month in the kiln before the wood is charcoal.
The kiln is about 100 metres in length. A worker is seen collecting the bark, which is used as firewood.