Overview of the project
Fighting against deforestation in Guinea and participating in the sustainable management of wood reserves in order to improve living conditions of families.
- to train a network of 10 boilermakers and welders SMEs
- to train a network of 60 women to become salespeople and to produce almost 10 000 energy efficient wood cookers
- marketing and sale of nearly 8700 cookers
- + 20,000 tons of avoided CO2 emissions
Funding is not fully completed yet. Grants were obtained from the French Development Agency, the Albert II Foundation of Monaco, the Pays de la Loire Region. Products from the sale of cooking tools are also funding the project. Lastly, the labeling process and the issuing of carbon credits constitutes a significant funding potential for the project.
- water, sanitation and waste
- agriculture, agricultural and rural development,
- social and professional integration of Youth