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[[Mauritania]], officially the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, is an Arab Maghreb country in West [[Africa]].
 
[[Mauritania]], officially the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, is an Arab Maghreb country in West [[Africa]].
 
==Events==
 
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[[File:Mauritanian_solar_cooked_pizza,_Solar_Clutch,_10-6-14.png|thumb|250px|Mauritanian solar cooked pizza is prepared at a [[Solar Clutch]] workshop. - ''Solar Clutch'']]
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*'''October 2014: Increased demand and success for solar cooking in Mauritania''' - [[Solar Clutch]] has teamed up with Lutheran World Federation to introduce solar cooking to refugees entering [[Mauritania]] to escape the civil unrest from neighboring [[Mali]]. The number of new refugees to Mauritania has stressed available solar cooking resources. With a group of ten instructors, the Solar Clutch team developed a system to quickly train new instructors by having students demonstrate their new skills back to the group. They also encouraged using [[fuel-efficient cookstove]]s when good sun was not available. Tasty local recipes were successfully solar prepared. Again, an example of a group doing a lot with limited resources. Read more at: [[Media:Solar_Clutch_Report_Mauritania_2014.pdf|Solar Cooker Report Mauritania, April 2014]]
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*'''January 2013: Improvements to the SolarCooker Eco3''' - Significant improvements have been made to the [[SolarCooker Eco3]] over the past six months. The cookpot holder will now carry up to 7 kg. (15.4 lbs.) of weight. The reflector support has been modifeid to allow it to position the reflector for nearly perpendicular sun positions. The cooker is now able to boil six liters of water with a reflecting surface of only 1.25 square meters. Evaluation of the earlier solar cooking project in [[Senegal]] has begun. Early impressions appear to reinforce the need for long-term education and the continued local presence of dedicated trainers. A new pilot project has started in another area of Senegal, near St Louis in the "Langue de Barbarie". About 250 solar cookers were to be introduced by the end of 2012 (after the rainy season). A second new solar cooking project is underway in [[Mauritania]] with the financial support of the United Nations. Read more at [[Media:Solar_Cooking_NV_Fall_2012_update..pdf|Solar Cooking NV Fall 2012 update]]
 
*'''January 2013: Improvements to the SolarCooker Eco3''' - Significant improvements have been made to the [[SolarCooker Eco3]] over the past six months. The cookpot holder will now carry up to 7 kg. (15.4 lbs.) of weight. The reflector support has been modifeid to allow it to position the reflector for nearly perpendicular sun positions. The cooker is now able to boil six liters of water with a reflecting surface of only 1.25 square meters. Evaluation of the earlier solar cooking project in [[Senegal]] has begun. Early impressions appear to reinforce the need for long-term education and the continued local presence of dedicated trainers. A new pilot project has started in another area of Senegal, near St Louis in the "Langue de Barbarie". About 250 solar cookers were to be introduced by the end of 2012 (after the rainy season). A second new solar cooking project is underway in [[Mauritania]] with the financial support of the United Nations. Read more at [[Media:Solar_Cooking_NV_Fall_2012_update..pdf|Solar Cooking NV Fall 2012 update]]
 
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*[[Solar Cooking NV]]
 
   
 
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Mauritania, officially the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, is an Arab Maghreb country in West Africa.

EventsEdit

See also:

News and recent developmentsEdit

Mauritanian solar cooked pizza, Solar Clutch, 10-6-14

Mauritanian solar cooked pizza is prepared at a Solar Clutch workshop. - Solar Clutch

  • October 2014: Increased demand and success for solar cooking in Mauritania - Solar Clutch has teamed up with Lutheran World Federation to introduce solar cooking to refugees entering Mauritania to escape the civil unrest from neighboring Mali. The number of new refugees to Mauritania has stressed available solar cooking resources. With a group of ten instructors, the Solar Clutch team developed a system to quickly train new instructors by having students demonstrate their new skills back to the group. They also encouraged using fuel-efficient cookstoves when good sun was not available. Tasty local recipes were successfully solar prepared. Again, an example of a group doing a lot with limited resources. Read more at: Solar Cooker Report Mauritania, April 2014
SolarCooker Eco3 new pot suppport, 1-24-13

SolarCooker Eco3 new cookpot support

  • January 2013: Improvements to the SolarCooker Eco3 - Significant improvements have been made to the SolarCooker Eco3 over the past six months. The cookpot holder will now carry up to 7 kg. (15.4 lbs.) of weight. The reflector support has been modifeid to allow it to position the reflector for nearly perpendicular sun positions. The cooker is now able to boil six liters of water with a reflecting surface of only 1.25 square meters. Evaluation of the earlier solar cooking project in Senegal has begun. Early impressions appear to reinforce the need for long-term education and the continued local presence of dedicated trainers. A new pilot project has started in another area of Senegal, near St Louis in the "Langue de Barbarie". About 250 solar cookers were to be introduced by the end of 2012 (after the rainy season). A second new solar cooking project is underway in Mauritania with the financial support of the United Nations. Read more at Solar Cooking NV Fall 2012 update

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