Many underprivileged families living in rural areas still cook their meals on open fires, often in small, cramped houses with little ventilation. Not only does this cause huge respiratory issues, but is also incredibly inefficient, and bad for the environment with regards to both the carbon emissions and the daily collection and use of firewood. Ol Pejeta Conservancy has spent a lot of time and money developing energy-saving stoves, built locally by specially trained craftsmen, which use much less fuel, are much safer and emit far fewer toxins. Follow to read more.
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