How British firm is championing clean cooking in rural Rwanda - The New Times

At least one million households in Rwandan rural areas use environmentally friendly cook stoves donated by DelAgua, a British social enterprise involved in carbon emissions reduction.

The stoves are distributed through DelAgua’s carbon credit project called Tubeho Neza (“Live Well”), launched in 2012 in partnership with the government of Rwanda.

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Article by Moise M. Bahati.