solar cookers darfur -Solar Cooking Stops Rape In Africa?

April 19, 2012 – 6:21 am ** solar cooker is the empowerment of women and girls who are refugees from the Darfur atrocities to be able to live life with confidence, dreams and hope for the future. It is a partnership between the World Watch and the Jewish Foundation Solar Cooking. It ’s amazing how powerful the sun really is, and what these solar cookers ovens are doing to change the lives of people around the world. Iridimi not only to the field, but in Somalia, Thailand and the rest of the world. Powerful! Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  1. 10 Responses to “solar cookers darfur -Solar Cooking Stops Rape In Africa?”

  2. legacy

    By TheAnnafisher on Apr 19, 2012

  3. May God continue to bless everyone involved in this project.

    By strive4impact on Apr 19, 2012

  4. Absolutely agreed.

    By strive4impact on Apr 19, 2012

  5. “can’t stand it being called a jewish project”

    Every religion has it’s bad parts… Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus… they all have bad histories. I agree that that the video doesn’t have to promote any religion in particular, but it was conceived and funded by a Jewish aid organization. Shouldn’t they be allowed to say so in the video, and be allowed to be proud of their religion?

    By strive4impact on Apr 19, 2012

  6. From The book of Genesis: The earth was empty, a formeless mass cloaked in darkness. And the spirit of God was hovering over its surface. Then God said let there be light and there was light…..and God saw that it was good . 

    God bless the women of Africa and pray for them.

    By art88 on Apr 19, 2012

  7. its a commendable effort..
    congrats to all those behind it..

    By tsftyb on Apr 19, 2012

  8. We think so too! Ultimately, we’d like to be teaching solar cooking in other rural parts of the world. Thanks for watching and commenting!

    GreenJoyment [DOT] com

    By strive4impact on Apr 19, 2012

  9. Really Awesome!

    By bloggycreek on Apr 19, 2012

  10. I don’t know where the food comes from. WOuld be a good thing to find out. Thanks for the question. Thanks for watching the video.
    GreenJoyment [DOT] com

    By strive4impact on Apr 19, 2012

  11. Sounds good, but I wonder where they go to get their food, cause it sure won’t grow in the scorching, dry sand shown? If someone brings in the food, this sounds like a better situation. Looks like plenty of sun except perhaps during the rainy season. Thanks for the educational video.

    By dkw12002 on Apr 19, 2012

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