Building Clean Cookstoves in Haiti

Trees, Water & People, in partnership with International Lifeline Fund (ILF), is helping Haitian families displaced by the earthquake rebuild their lives by launching a fuel-efficient cookstove project in Port-au-Prince which will produce much needed employment and allow families to safely prepare food, purify water, and save money.

Currently, our International team is supporting the manufacture of 1,000 fuel-efficient charcoal stoves for a pilot project, working with 10 local metal workers at the ILF compound in Port-au-Prince. Take a look at the process in the slideshow below:

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Trees, Water & People is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to developing sustainable community-based conservation solutions.

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