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Through a partnership with [[Gadhia Solar]], the '''African Millennium Foundation''', AMF, has developed a replicable training program introducing solar ovens with a related microcredit enterprise, [http://1amf.org/download/brochure%20_solaroven.pdf Solar Oven Microcredit Project], to the women of [[Mozambique]]. By introducing solar ovens, families are able to save money and time while also reducing smoke affects on their health and carbon footprint. Through the integrated microcredit program, the solar ovens provide families with new income generating activities including drying of vegetables, baking cakes and frying of chicken to be sold in the local market.
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Through a partnership with [[Gadhia Solar]], the '''African Millennium Foundation''', AMF, has developed a replicable training program introducing solar ovens with a related microcredit enterprise, [http://www.1amf.org/downloads/brochure_solaroven.pdf Solar Oven Microcredit Project], to the women of [[Mozambique]]. By introducing solar ovens, families are able to save money and time while also reducing smoke affects on their health and carbon footprint. Through the integrated microcredit program, the solar ovens provide families with new income generating activities including drying of vegetables, baking cakes and frying of chicken to be sold in the local market.
   
The foundation's Apron Project, is a pilot program for the women of Maputo. The group of trainees were selected with the help of grassroots partner, Reencontro, a local Mozambican NGO. AMF project manager, [[Lacey Uhlemeyer]] interviewed over 40 women in the Maputo and Gaza provinces to assess needs and probability of success within the communities. Through these interviews, a group women have been chosen to be the first beneficiaries of the program. The Apron Project, in partnership with Gadhia Solar, has been
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The foundation's Apron Project, is a pilot program for the women of Maputo. The group of trainees were selected with the help of grassroots partner, Reencontro, a local Mozambican NGO. AMF project manager, [[Lacey Uhlemeyer]] interviewed over 40 women in the Maputo and Gaza provinces to assess needs and probability of success within the communities. Through these interviews, a group women have been chosen to be the first beneficiaries of the program. The Apron Project, in partnership with Gadhia Solar, has been
selected as a Commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative. They look forward to expanding the program in 2011. See more at: [http://1amf.org/download/brochure%20_apron.pdf The Apron Project]
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selected as a Commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative. They look forward to expanding the program in 2011. See more at: [http://1amf.org/download/brochure%20_apron.pdf The Apron Project]
 
[[File:AMF_family_parabolic_cooker_photo.jpg|thumb|300px|The [[African Millennium Foundation]] family learns about parabolic cookers with help from [[Gadhia Solar]].]]
 
[[File:AMF_family_parabolic_cooker_photo.jpg|thumb|300px|The [[African Millennium Foundation]] family learns about parabolic cookers with help from [[Gadhia Solar]].]]
 
[[File:Lacey_Uhlemeyer_AMF.jpg|300px|thumb|Project Manager, Lacey Uhlemeyer with Reencontro caregivers in Xai-Xai who will participate in the solar oven project.]]
 
[[File:Lacey_Uhlemeyer_AMF.jpg|300px|thumb|Project Manager, Lacey Uhlemeyer with Reencontro caregivers in Xai-Xai who will participate in the solar oven project.]]
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African Millennium Foundation logo
Mozambique map

Through a partnership with Gadhia Solar, the African Millennium Foundation, AMF, has developed a replicable training program introducing solar ovens with a related microcredit enterprise, Solar Oven Microcredit Project, to the women of Mozambique. By introducing solar ovens, families are able to save money and time while also reducing smoke affects on their health and carbon footprint. Through the integrated microcredit program, the solar ovens provide families with new income generating activities including drying of vegetables, baking cakes and frying of chicken to be sold in the local market.

The foundation's Apron Project, is a pilot program for the women of Maputo. The group of trainees were selected with the help of grassroots partner, Reencontro, a local Mozambican NGO. AMF project manager, Lacey Uhlemeyer interviewed over 40 women in the Maputo and Gaza provinces to assess needs and probability of success within the communities. Through these interviews, a group women have been chosen to be the first beneficiaries of the program. The Apron Project, in partnership with Gadhia Solar, has been selected as a Commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative. They look forward to expanding the program in 2011. See more at: The Apron Project

AMF family parabolic cooker photo

The African Millennium Foundation family learns about parabolic cookers with help from Gadhia Solar.

Lacey Uhlemeyer AMF

Project Manager, Lacey Uhlemeyer with Reencontro caregivers in Xai-Xai who will participate in the solar oven project.

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African Millennium Foundation
468 North Camden Drive
Beverly Hills, California 90210
USA

Tel: +1 (310) 289-9005
Fax: +1 (310) 289-9006

Email: info@1amf.org
Web: http://1amf.org

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