University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - United States of America
Short Mission Statement
This project focus on improving cooking technologies with the purpose of proving healthier life styles for women in developing countries as well as reducing the emission caused by inefficient cookstoves.
Women & Children - Environment - Health & Prevention
Year of Creation
Number of Members
11 to 20 Members
Group's Milestones and Achievements
October, 2011, the Haiti Clean Stove Project was established in University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Summer of 2012, the site assessment trip helped us realized the issues and inspired us to find solutions.
March, 2013, we brought a prototype design to Haiti and conducted a usability research.
April, 2013, presented in the annual Sustainable Design EXPO.
Our project group was also the 2012 EPA P3 Grant Phase I winner.