Right now: The Coal Project.
Jody and Becky have seen the effectiveness of charcoal-efficient stoves around in the world and especially in Haiti. They have talked to people using the stoves, including a woman in a Haitian tent city who makes and sells coffee using her stove.
+ 3 billion people are exposed to toxic smoke while cooking each day
+ cooking on traditional stoves and open fires causes 1.9 million premature deaths each year
+ acute respiratory infections — often due to breathing in smoke — are the number one cause of death for children under 5
+ the smoke from a bad stove is equal to smoking two packs of cigarettes a day
That’s not good, right?
The Adventure Project is using your money to do two things.
1: Give charcoal-efficient stoves to families in Haitian tent cities.
2: Help set up a factory and train micro-entrepreneurs
There are two options available to you.
1: Give coal for Christmas. Each box comes with a piece of coal and a pamphlet explaining the project. Your $20 will buy a family a stove.
2: Donate to support The Coal Project and other future projects.
[all photos by Esther Havens]