Low Tech/High Impact Cookstoves for Moroccan Women

 
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Low Tech/High Impact Cookstoves for Moroccan Women

Low Tech/High Impact Cookstoves for Moroccan Women

What Does a Clay Cook Stove Look Like?

What Does a Clay Cook Stove Look Like?
This simple appliance made from clay significantly decreases wood consumption by 50 to 60%, and cuts harmful smoke emissions within the home.

Lessenin;g the Tiresome Burden of Firewood Collect

Lessenin;g the Tiresome Burden of Firewood Collect
Fuel-efficient stoves are built in homes by trained rural women leaders who promote their use by women and girls--to date 56 improved cook stoves & baking ovens have been introduced in 7 villages in the High Atlas Mountains.

Cooking No Longer a Danger to Women's Health

Cooking No Longer a Danger to Women's Health
Local women are very excited about the new stoves, " I'm so happy that now my daughters will be able to protect their eyes. They need to be able to see if they want to learn how to have a better life," commented one.

A Solution for Women and the Environment

A Solution for Women and the Environment
A win-win situation, cook stoves not only reduce distances travelled by women to collect fuel, but also safeguard the environment by sustaining forest woodlands for future generations.
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Project Leader

Roger Hardister

Regional Director, Near East Foundation
Garden City, Cairo, Egypt Egypt

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