News from PA Bloggers around the world.
|Practical Action works alongside communities to find practical solutions to the poverty they face. They see technology as a vital contributor to people’s livelihoods.|
An initiative led by the UN Foundation.
|A public-private initiative to save lives, improve livelihoods, empower women, and combat climate change by creating a thriving global market for clean and efficient household cooking solutions.|
Promoting safe, fuel-efficient stoves
|StoveTeam International assists locals entrepreneurs to establish sustainable factories to produce and sell affordable, portable, fuel-efficient stoves.|
Energy Poverty Education & Community Engagement
|The mission of The Charcoal Project is to promote, facilitate, and advocate for the widespread adoption of clean burning technologies, sustainable fuel alternatives, and policies that support energy-poverty alleviation for those who depend on biomass as their primary fuel around the world.|
Market Demonstration of Envirofit's clean cookstove in India Photo: Shell Foundation
|Dealing with the silent killer in the kitchen and black carbon.|
Bangladeshi Woman Cooking with Child: Photo Prabir Mallik
The goal of this weekly/biweekly blog (EgyDev) is to promote information exchange on access to quality energy services in developing countries including renewable, modern, biomass and household energy.
Power to the Poeple: PhotoInstitute for Financial Management and Research
A blog by researchers at the Institute for Financial Management and Research
8 Energy Saving Stoves with 2 inbuilt food warmers: Photo Kinyanjui
Musaki Enterprises is proud to present our line of the only Kenya Bureau of Standards Diamond Mark of Quality, energy saving charcoal/firewood stoves and ovens. Save Money, Save Energy, Save our Forests and Eat Well.