Stop Cookstoves from Killing in South Sudan

by Hope Ofiriha
Apr 22, 2013

Give Moms Cook Stove

Agnes Idiongo Trainee
Agnes Idiongo Trainee

The Wood clay Stove is very important to protect women from fire burn and toxic oxygen.

Thanks for your recent generous gift to Stop Cook stoves from Killing in South Sudan project. Your commitment to help the needy get out of poverty is really appreciated by our trustees and those who will benefit most – the women!

Cooking with clay stove will improve girls’ and women’s health, and reduces the danger of beneficiaries to contract lung disease.

In October 2012: Hope Ofiriha paid Agnes Idiongno for skills training in the clay stove making; and  in small kiln building. The course duration is three months but has been extended as Agnes is not catching up quickly due to language barrier, and also her class has been delayed because students aren't enough.  So she starts training on April 22 and finishes July 22. This project has three potentials; is income generation driven, improves health, and protect Moms from fire burn.

The beneficiaries are very eager to see this project progressing. These women need your help to be trained in clay stove making.



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Hope Ofiriha

Location: Oslo, Norway - Norway
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
William Logai Ochieng
Oslo, Oslo Norway

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