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*'''February 2008:''' [[Stephen and Sheila Harrigan]] shipped 275 [[Poly-Furnace]]s to the camp.
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|'''February 2008:''' The solar cooker students from last year are training their neighbors in the Sakali Refugee Camp near Nyala South Darfur, Sudan
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Latest revision as of 21:44, June 20, 2013


8th grade class signing plastic cookits in route to Sudan
Stephen and Sheila Harrigan worked with 8th grade US students to manufacture 275 plastic/mylar CooKits for the Sakali Refugee Camp.
Tom SponheimAdded by Tom Sponheim
Plastic cookit in Sakali camp
The CooKits arrive at the camp in Sudan.
Tom SponheimAdded by Tom Sponheim

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Plastic cookits during training in Sudan


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Cooking in Sakali Refugee Camp in Darfur(03:36)
February 2008: The solar cooker students from last year are training their neighbors in the Sakali Refugee Camp near Nyala South Darfur, Sudan

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