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==Events==
 
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==News and Recent Developments==
 
*'''August 2000:''' [[Voluntaires Guineens pour l’Environnement]] reports they have been working on solar cooker production and promotion in Guinea since 1995. “For every one cooker that is bought, we always make sure that we fabricate one for a poor family in the rural village,” writes [[Abdoulaye Sadid Diallo]]. “By this system, we have now put in place about 250 cookers just for the village population.” Mr. Diallo reports that the Voluntaires have a solar cooking training staff but have trouble obtaining the necessary materials for building cookers.
 
   
==The History of Solar Cooking in Guinea==
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A long lasting effort in Guinea is found in the work of a solar pioneer in that
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*{{NewMar16}}'''March 2016:''' Diallo Abdoulaye Sadio reports that the [[Association Des Volontaires Guineens Pour l' Environnement]] has been promoting solar thermal cooking for twenty-two years in Guinea and other other areas of West Africa. He feels by training young people with sustainable employment opportunities is helping to fight against the appeal of terrorist organizations. He is hoping to attract the attention of an NGO willing to help with their efforts.
country, [[Abdoulaye Sadid Diallo]], who has spearheaded an effort which has produced
 
hundreds of solar cookers, both box type and panels. The organization, called [[Voluntaires Guineens pour l’Environnement]], has made and sold cookers on a plan that permits the free distribution of one cooker, to a family in a rural village, for each one they are able to sell. Occasionally they have trouble locating materials, but have a staff well trained in the training of others, and in the producing of cookers.
 
   
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*'''August 2000:''' [http://www.unv.org/fr/current-highlight/volontaires-en-faveur-de-la-planete.html Volontaires Guineens pour l’Environnement] reports they have been working on solar cooker production and promotion in Guinea since 1995. “For every one cooker that is bought, we always make sure that we fabricate one for a poor family in the rural village, writes Diallo Abdoulaye Sadio. “By this system, we have now put in place about 250 cookers just for the village population.” Mr. Diallo reports that the Voluntaires have a solar cooking training staff but have trouble obtaining the necessary materials for building cookers.
   
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*[[Africa#West-Central_Africa|Discussion of West-central Africa's suitability for solar cooking]]<br>
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A long lasting effort in Guinea is found in the work of a solar pioneer in that
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country, Diallo Abdoulaye Sadio, who has spearheaded an effort which has produced
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hundreds of solar cookers, both box type and panels. The organization, called Volontaires Guineens pour l’Environnement, has made and sold cookers on a plan that permits the free distribution of one cooker, to a family in a rural village, for each one they are able to sell. Occasionally they have trouble locating materials, but have a staff well trained in the training of others, and in the producing of cookers.
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'''See also'''
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*{{WikipediaClimate|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Guinea#Climate}}
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*[[Africa#West-Central_Africa|Discussion of West-central Africa's suitability for solar cooking]]
 
*[[Solar cooker dissemination and cultural variables]]
 
*[[Solar cooker dissemination and cultural variables]]
   
 
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Last updated: March 22, 2016      
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EventsEdit

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

NewsEdit

  • March 2016: Diallo Abdoulaye Sadio reports that the Association Des Volontaires Guineens Pour l' Environnement has been promoting solar thermal cooking for twenty-two years in Guinea and other other areas of West Africa. He feels by training young people with sustainable employment opportunities is helping to fight against the appeal of terrorist organizations. He is hoping to attract the attention of an NGO willing to help with their efforts.
  • August 2000: Volontaires Guineens pour l’Environnement reports they have been working on solar cooker production and promotion in Guinea since 1995. “For every one cooker that is bought, we always make sure that we fabricate one for a poor family in the rural village,” writes Diallo Abdoulaye Sadio. “By this system, we have now put in place about 250 cookers just for the village population.” Mr. Diallo reports that the Voluntaires have a solar cooking training staff but have trouble obtaining the necessary materials for building cookers.

HistoryEdit

A long lasting effort in Guinea is found in the work of a solar pioneer in that country, Diallo Abdoulaye Sadio, who has spearheaded an effort which has produced hundreds of solar cookers, both box type and panels. The organization, called Volontaires Guineens pour l’Environnement, has made and sold cookers on a plan that permits the free distribution of one cooker, to a family in a rural village, for each one they are able to sell. Occasionally they have trouble locating materials, but have a staff well trained in the training of others, and in the producing of cookers.

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