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StoveTeam featured in the Women's Rights in a Global World blog put out by the UO Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS). Check out the blog post, written by StoveTeam Advisory Board member, Susie Hanner: Link to Blog Read More..
This is a rough translation of today's communication from Anibal, our newest factory owner in Honduras. I thought you'd like an update.
"Nancy this has been a great week. As I told you before, I'm doing business with some very powerful businesses in the country. They are building three hydroelectric power plants to sell energy to the state and are convinced by our meetings that for the management of watersheds, it is essential to include the delivery of Ecocina stoves in a larger system where families exchange work in their communities planting nursery grown trees used for firewood for an Ecocina. Read More..
Meeting the Ecocina suring our November eye screening clinic in San Juan Opico, we had a demonstration of the Ecocina, a beautifully engineered concrete stove with three important virtues: it uses less than half of the wood needed by a regular wood stove, it is so efficient that it produces no smoke after the first few minutes, and the outside stays cool, so children aren't burned if they touch it. Read More..