Feast your eyes on this amazing gift
These compact contraptions will allow a vulnerable family to cook food and boil water using a lot less fuel than traditional cooking methods. It makes it much easier to prepare food hygienically meaning parents can keep their children healthy and strong. You won't boil-eve the difference this can make.
Gift in action
Jennifer Maganizo, 48, sits with her eco-stove outside her home in Siki Village, Malawi. This stove has made a huge difference to her life and that of her children as she can now cook any type of food available to her on it. She needs to collect less wood to burn, and on top of all this, the stove is far more environmentally friendly compared to traditional clay ones.