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==Events==
 
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==Recent News and Developments==
 
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[[File:Jorge_Seidi_photo.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Jorge Seidi]] constructs a [[parabolic solar cooker]].]]
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*'''2010''': [[Jorge Seidi]] is a citizen of [[Guinea-Bissau]] in western Africa. Economic conditions are quite difficult there, and Jorge has been doing what he can to promote solar cooking in the area. He has experimented with information he has gathered from this website, to make a few [[solar panel cooker]]s from local materials he has been able to salvage. According to Seidi, 90% of the country relies on charcoal as the primary cooking fuel. He would like to be able to work with a youth group to make more cookers, encouraged by the projects underway in [[Somalia]] and [[Chad]].
   
 
==The History of Solar Cooking in {{PAGENAME}}==
 
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''[Information for this section was taken originally from [[Media:sam.pdf|State of the Art of Solar Cooking]] by Dr. [[Barbara Knudson]].]''
 
 
 
==Climate, Culture, and Special Considerations==
 
==Climate, Culture, and Special Considerations==
   

Latest revision as of 19:13, January 7, 2015

Last updated: 21 January 2014      

EventsEdit

See also: Global Calendar of Events and Past events in Guinea-Bissau

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Jorge Seidi photo

Jorge Seidi constructs a parabolic solar cooker.

  • 2010: Jorge Seidi is a citizen of Guinea-Bissau in western Africa. Economic conditions are quite difficult there, and Jorge has been doing what he can to promote solar cooking in the area. He has experimented with information he has gathered from this website, to make a few solar panel cookers from local materials he has been able to salvage. According to Seidi, 90% of the country relies on charcoal as the primary cooking fuel. He would like to be able to work with a youth group to make more cookers, encouraged by the projects underway in Somalia and Chad.

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