Annual Report

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From the President

At the intersection of basic human needs and scientific innovation is hope.

How do women living on less than $2 a day obtain the solar cooking knowledge and tools that work best for them and their circumstances?

Solar Cookers International (SCI) helps to disseminate information and to develop options that can help such women, who otherwise have no choice but to cook meals over fires that, by consuming wood or charcoal, cause adverse health effects and contribute to deforestation.

Because solar cooking consumes no natural resources and creates no harmful smoke or greenhouse gases, it can greatly improve the quality of life for women and their families, as well as the environments in which they live.

As President of SCI’s Board of Directors, I want to express my sincere thanks to all of our donors, and especially to the members of the President’s Circle, whose generous contributions help us to pursue our very important mission.

 

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Jim Moose

President, Board of Directors

Solar Cookers International