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Kurtulus Mah<br>
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Sinasi Ef. Cad 9/1<br>
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Tel: 903224540733
 
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Adana-Seyhan Rotary Club February 2005

During the past five years, the Adana-Seyhan Rotary Club, with leadership from Mr. Abdullah Paksoy, has developed a functioning education center in Misis, Turkey for teaching about solar cookers and for housing inventory and equipment. About 3,000 CooKits have been manufactured in Adana, and over half have been distributed. Mr. Paksoy admits that teaching women to adopt changes in their long-established, traditional cooking habits is a very slow process. Firewood shortages and rising gas prices play an increasingly important role in this transition. Mr. Paksoy’s team has also begun to spread solar cooking to Armenia.

News and recent developments

  • March 2006: Rotarian Abdullah Paksoy and his solar energy/fuel efficiency team from Misis, along with trainers from the United States, led multi-day demonstrations in the cities of Gazientep and Adiyaman. Rotary Club members attended presentations and saw examples of solar cookers and fuel-efficient wood stoves in action. Fifteen household solar cookers and one community solar cooker were on display at a village square demonstration witnessed by more than 70 people. Bulgur, chicken, rice, and eggplant were among the dishes cooked. A fuel-efficient wood stove was used for baking bread. Forty women attended a demonstration held in a cotton field where they worked. The women brought food to be solar cooked for their midday meal. During the past five years, the Adana-Seyhan Rotary Club, with leadership from Mr. Paksoy, has developed a functioning education center in Misis for teaching about solar cookers and for housing inventory and equipment. About 3,000 CooKits have been manufactured in Adana, and over half have been distributed. Mr. Paksoy admits that teaching women to adopt changes in their long-established, traditional cooking habits is a very slow process. Firewood shortages and rising gas prices play an increasingly important role in this transition. Mr. Paksoy’s team has also begun to spread solar cooking to Armenia.

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Contact

Adana-Seyhan Rotary Club
Kurtulus Mah
Sinasi Ef. Cad 9/1
01120 Adana, Turkey

Tel: 903224540733

Email: aspaksoy@turk.net
Web: http://cevre.cu.edu.tr/solar/1.htm

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