Strong Global Partners

SCI leads and convenes partners worldwide to promote solar thermal cooking technology.

SCI Associate Bruce Knotts describes the impact solar cookers had in East African refugee camps in the 1990’s.

The United Nations

SCI is a nongovernmental organization (NGO) in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Collaborating with INGOs and community decision-makers worldwide, SCI participated in the development of the post-2015 agenda, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Networking the World for Solar Cooking

How You Help

Insightful, dedicated donors help provide resources for the global network of solar cooking innovators.

SCI provides communication tools and engagement platforms, develop working partnerships, track and analyze trends, and broadcast the most current developments in solar cooking.

Solar Cookers International donors understand that success is built on strong professional relationships developed through face-to-face, real time conversation, communication, and collaboration. SCI_WorldMap_PrintQuality_01242014.png

Solar Cookers International Network includes over 500 partners in 133 countries.  Orange indicates countries with active solar cooking projects. Support from SCI donors is helping SCI collect information about important projects like these.

To view a list of SCI Associates, click here.  


Agua Fund, Inc.

The Morris and Alma
Schapiro Fund




Baker & McKenzie LLP


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Aid for Africa

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