The World Health Organization estimates that upwards of 7 million people die each year from exposure to particulate-laden air, making air pollution the biggest environmental killer. The main contributor to these deaths is household air pollution from dirty cooking. By switching to clean fuels for cooking in refugee camps, families benefit greatly from clean indoor air.
“Considering CLEANCOOK’s commitment to clean indoor air, sales to our non-profit partner Project Gaia for its refugee camp work and to other organizations is also be important to us,” adds Ted Örbrink. “Reaching low-income consumers is part of our business as it has been for Dometic under its Corporate Social Responsibility program.”

(photo from Project Gaia)