Energy Efficient Cooking Stoves in Lake Atitlan

 
$3,398
$16
Raised
Remaining
Aug 26, 2010

Energy efficient stoves at Lake Atitlan

As the reforestation rates continue to be alarming in Guatemala, and the numbers of cases of illnesses from indoor smoke inhalation and burns are on the increase, the stoves we build are becoming even more important.

They can save up to 75% of firewood usage, reduce smoke in the home completely and due to their design, cut down potential burn accidents to a minimum. With volunteers working side-by-side with the local mason, the difference is visible in a few short days.

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  • amigodesam
    amigodesam I thank GOD for all the Angels he has sent to Guatemala to improve the lives of all those human beings that have endured so much and that have so little to get by. The GSP is by far the most significant contribution any other human being on this earth could have ever carried out for such needy people. I am greatful and I... Read more »
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Ross Deans

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