500 Kenyan refugee children learn to solar cook!
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500 Kenyan refugee children learn to solar cook!

Click here to learn more and see video that aired on Nairobi television shortly after the Festival.

Solar cookers use free energy to save money for the poor

Improving Lives. Preserving Precious Resources.

Solar cookers cut carbon emissions and save resources

Improving Lives. Preserving Precious Resources.

Promoting solar cooking in refugee camps in Chad

Solar cooking promotes good health with smoke-free energy

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Solar Cooking Art by Congolese Refugee Lunda Vincente

Join us for an exhibit Opening Reception: Friday 09/29th 6pm-8pm
Location: GooDBuddY Gallery, 410 Florida Ave,
NW, Washington, DC 20001