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Solar Cookers International
November 9, 2010
Solar Cookers International, solar cooking, cook, sun, energy, water pasteurization, WAPI, Africa, Kenya, Kisumo, Bondo, environment
When you give money to charity, one often wonders ... does it make a difference? After spending time in Kenya with Solar Cookers International, I witnessed just how much of a difference it can make.
Solar cooking is the simplest, safest, most convenient way to cook food without consuming fuels or heating up the kitchen. Many people choose to solar cook for these reasons. But for hundreds of millions of people around the world who cook over fires fueled by wood or dung, and who walk for miles to collect wood or spend much of their meager incomes on fuel, solar cooking is more than a choice — it is a blessing.
Inexpensive, effective solar cookers can be life-saving tools, not only for cooking but also for pasteurization of drinking water. Over 1 billion people do not have access to safe water. Preventable waterborne diseases are responsible for approximately 80% of all illnesses and deaths in the developing world.
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