We are on an exciting journey with Smokeless Cookstove Revolution. This journey takes us on a road to work with and explore the cultures and homes of some of the most beautiful and exclusive communities residing in sometimes remote and breath taking locations in India. As our scope of work is rapidly expanding, we often need extra set of hands to help out with various activities.
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  • Open cook fire stoves are a common sight along the
    6 days ago by smokelesscookstove_team Open cook fire stoves are a common sight along the hills. There is a constant need for hot water through the day for home and cattle/ poultry use. Many homes continue to use chulahs emitting intense smoke inside and outside the homes. This can be easily replaced by a mud stove made from Rocket Stove Technology which reduces considerable amount of smoke and wood consumption. Write to us to find out more.  #smokefree   #cleanenergy   #smokelesscookstoverevolution 
  • Families that are exposed to HAP Household Air Pollution caused
    5 days ago by smokelesscookstove_team Families that are exposed to HAP (Household Air Pollution) caused due to smoke from open cook fire stoves on a regular basis are at a high risk of diseases such as: 1. Childhood pneumonia 2. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder 3. Ischemic Heart Disease 4. Stroke 5. Lung Cancer When pregnant women are constantly exposed to HAP, the infants are at a high risk of: 1. Stillbirth 2. Low Birth Weight 3. Decreased Lung Function Photo Credit: Aangi Shah on one of our field trip to Khandwa. Madhya Pradesh.
  • Vasava Tribes in Dediapada area gather their annual wood requirement
    17 hours ago by smokelesscookstove_team Vasava Tribes in Dediapada area gather their annual wood requirement for cooking and heating purpose in one go. They venture out for 10 to 15 days before the monsoons to stack up the wood. Being extremely marginalized themselves, they often have to engage in hiring labour on a daily wage basis paying them upto Rs 150 per day. Transport to lug the wood costs them an additional Rs 2000 to Rs 4000 depending on the distance to forests. Given their economic state, this sums to be substantial amount for a tribal family whose main source of livelihood is farming. Location
  • Understanding the cooking behaviour of communities whom we work with
    2 days ago by smokelesscookstove_team Understanding the cooking behaviour of communities whom we work with for Smokeless Cookstove Revolution is the key to project implementation. Our team is on ground across the villages of Dediapada, Gujarat conducting extensive pre project field research. If you are interested in working with us to understand and document communities, do DM us.  #cleancooking   #Gujarat  Village : Vadhva, District Dediapada, Gujarat Community : Vasava Tribes
  • While we have been sharing facts and researches on Clean
    1 week ago by smokelesscookstove_team While we have been sharing facts and researches on Clean Cooking and Household Air Pollution, we thought, its important to let you all also know who are the direct sufferers of HAP and how? More than 3B people from around the world depend on food cooked over open fires & inefficient stoves (chulahs). Exposure to HAP is due to the burning of wood, charcoal, coal & Kerosene.

VOLUNTEERS

At SCF, we have had the privilege to work with some of the most brilliant, passionate and dedicated volunteers. Here’s what they have to say about their experience with us

DIY PROGRAM

At SCF, we work with the intention to offer this solution to whosoever may be dealing with the issue of smoke caused by use of traditional cook stoves or choose this more eco friendly and sustainable concept of mud chulah for their farms and garden spaces.

DO YOUR BIT

Gift a smokeless cooking environment to a needy house hold today. Smoke from cooking fire kills millions each year. This project teaches people how to make their own smokeless cookstoves in regional India and empowers them to teach others to do the same.

The Smokeless Cookstove Foundation is a Non-profit organisation working towards curbing the problem of Household Air Pollution.

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Smokeless Cookstove Foundation, (SCF) is a 100% non-profit venture Licenced under section 8 (1) of the Companies Act,
2013 with 12AA and 80G tax status.

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