solar cooker diagram -Solar Cooker Workshop in Darfur

December 29, 2011 – 6:22 am

** This is a solar cooker workshop in Nyala, Darfur. How do women look for firewood around the displacement camps they face the danger of rape and kidnapping. Solar cooking offers an alternative to the use of firewood for cooking. Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  1. 12 Responses to “solar cooker diagram -Solar Cooker Workshop in Darfur”

  2. great job! thanks for sharing

    By stinahumana on Dec 29, 2011

  3. Awesome video Steve… I am amazed at how hot the pan gets in that bag.

    By marthale7 on Dec 29, 2011

  4. Brilliant Stephen.
    Keep up the good work.

    By inview1 on Dec 29, 2011

  5. This is the difficulty with any new technology. Along with others, we have been at this for a few years in Darfur and there is some positive uptake. The fighting and war makes it more difficult .

    By StephenHarrigan on Dec 29, 2011

  6. Does it work as a long term project? If you go back in a year are people still using them?

    By kenteckman on Dec 29, 2011

  7. Israel, Israel, Israeli behind what you see. Started this mess against Sudan government, gave gun and money to the repel to start killing, so what do you want our government to do? Give them flowers? War started and with war a lot of mess started just like what is happening in Iraq

    By ab7ath3anaml on Dec 29, 2011

  8. They work well. I have one here in Indiana I made. Had to glue two together to make it the right size. Problem is that it is not very stable in the wind–very flexable but workable.

    By StephenHarrigan on Dec 29, 2011

  9. very cool!

    I wonder how well the car sun-shades could be substituted?

    By YouAdamNazzkl0wn on Dec 29, 2011

  10. Great stuff! These are unknown in Bangladesh. We are taking 15 Cookits to a remote village in Bangladesh in February 2008

    By terrysunderland on Dec 29, 2011

  11. This is so amazing! Thank you!!

    By khtoaster on Dec 29, 2011

  12. I read about this on CNN. I am favoriting this. Thank you for streching your hands across the world to change it.

    By ZoeyMacaroni on Dec 29, 2011

  13. Wonderful – Awesome video.

    By usmartine on Dec 29, 2011

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