Stop Cookstoves from Killing in South Sudan

by Hope Ofiriha
Vetted
Nov 27, 2010

Happy Thankgiving Holiday

The Onura wood clay stoves will save several lives and fight deforestation and climate change in south Sudan and worldwide.

The women running "Onura fuel efficiency clay stove project", have been meeting a lot of obstacles in running this life-saving activity due to lack of money in these recent months. But because this is life and death the local women are determined to keep the project going. They managed to set up two groups, and purchased 100 plastic sheeting to cover clay stoves with the funding they received from our Globalgiving donors.

Quote from a beneficiary;
Clay stoves are our healthy and clean environment – we will do everything we can to help ourselves, and the environment.  

We take this opportunity to thanks our Globalgiving donors for their ongoing support, and we look forward in working with them in 2011, and years to come.

The staff of Hope ofiriha, and I wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving Holiday season, your family, friends, and colleagues!

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Hope Ofiriha

Location: Oslo, Norway - Norway
Website: http:/​/​www.ofiriha.org
Project Leader:
William Logai Ochieng
Oslo, Oslo Norway

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