A project that reduces the number of trees cut, while promoting sustainable cooking and activating women-led local businesses
About the project
The 3D-printed Solar Energy Oven has been originally developed by
Solar Inti, an Argentinan social enterprise that is working since 2008 on projects that combine good nutrition with sustainable cooking practices.
Impact and main outcomes
This oven allows native communities to cook with a low-emissions system, reducing the smoke negative impact on health.
The project is designed to guarantee a lower wood consumption than a conventional wood-burning kitchen (reducing 70% of wood needed), thereby helping to reduce the costs and supporting the set-up of women-led food businesses.
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