Our solar cooker projects have made significant contributions to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) by helping achieve 7 out of the 17 UNSDGs as explained below:
By using the solar cookers provided by our projects, the expenditure on purchasing coal was reduced, which is equivalent to the increase of income of poor rural residents and the reduction of poverty.
The project enables the rural household to frequently heat up water and food in a convenient way at no cost, which meets the frequent heating need of vulnerable people and consequently improves their access to safe and nutrient water and food and help end their malnutrition.
The old coal-fired cook stove generated smoke which is harmful to health. The project reduced the consumption of coal and consequently reduced the smoke from coal. Thus, it improves the air quality and the health of poor rural residents in project area.
The project will provide training on solar energy, the working principles of solar cookers and how to use solar cookers properly, to the users of the solar cooker, which consist of both women and men. Therefore, it ensures equal access for women and men to affordable and quality technical education.
The solar cookers significantly improved the indoor air quality, especially in the kitchen where rural women spent a lot of their time and got exposed to smoke from the old coal stove. The implementation of the project especially improved the health of rural women and thus improved the gender equality.
The solar cooker provided the poor rural residents an affordable and practical way to utilize solar energy which they would not have afforded otherwise.
The project creates employment opportunities for the local communities, including women and men, through project implementation, monitoring, and maintenance.
By using the solar cookers provided by our projects, the expenditure on purchasing coal was reduced, which is equivalent to the increase of income of poor rural residents and the reduction of income inequality.
Our solar cooker project portfolio is one of the largest community usage of solar energy in remote rural areas. It reduced the emissions generated by burning coal, brought awareness of climate change in rural communities, and involved rural communities in the action to reverse the climate crisis.
Official report by UNFCCC (August 2018) to summarize the achievements of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) from 2001-2018, our project is shown on the cover page.Read More
The document below is the official report by Asian Development Bank (ADB) to discuss the co-benefits of their carbon fund for sustainable developments. As a key project in their portfolio, our solar cooker project is shown on the cover page and it is also featured in this report.Read More
Judged by a prestigious panel including UNFCCC Executive Secretary at COP 15, the photos from our solar cooker project portfolio won the First Place in this high-profile event because of its high social and environmental impact.Read More