Wikia

Solar Cookers World Network

Changes: Solar Cooking:This week's featured article/2007-03-11

View source

Back to page

m (Protected "Solar Cooking:This week's featured article/2007-03-11": Content included on Main Page [edit=autoconfirmed:move=autoconfirmed])
(Added "previous" and "next" arrows)
 
Line 5: Line 5:
   
 
The project is sponsored by '''Jewish World Watch''' in partnership with [[Solar Cookers International]] (SCI) and the [[KoZon Foundation]]. {{clr}}<[[Jewish World Watch|Continue reading the full article]]>
 
The project is sponsored by '''Jewish World Watch''' in partnership with [[Solar Cookers International]] (SCI) and the [[KoZon Foundation]]. {{clr}}<[[Jewish World Watch|Continue reading the full article]]>
  +
<noinclude>
  +
{{Previous-Next-FA|Solar Cooking:This week's featured article/2007-03-04|Cooking at high latitudes|Solar Cooking:This week's featured article/2007-03-18|Water pasteurization}}
  +
</noinclude>

Latest revision as of 00:54, April 23, 2007

Iridimi cookers in camp

Twenty-one Darfur refugee women earn income by making a simple solar cooker, called the CooKit. They participate in a project to expand access to solar cookers for the refugees and improve the lives of at least 400 families (about 2,500 individuals) at Iridimi refugee camp in Chad. Made from cardboard and aluminum foil, a hand-assembled CooKit lasts 6-9 months with regular use despite the windy conditions. Each CooKit cooks tasty nutritious meals with a few hours of free, renewable sunshine and largely eliminates risky trips outside the camp to gather fuelwood.

The project is sponsored by Jewish World Watch in partnership with Solar Cookers International (SCI) and the KoZon Foundation.
<Continue reading the full article>


Left Previous: Cooking at high latitudes
Next: Water pasteurization Right


Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki