Haiti - Fuelwood, Charcoal and Stoves Projects

Haiti - Fuelwood, Charcoal and Stoves Projects
Tom Miles August 5, 2006

Following is a preliminary list of fuel, charcoal and cooking stoves projects in Haiti.

FHE (Fondation Haitienne de L'Environnement/The Haitian Environmental Foundation), 1999+ Jean Andre Victor with USAID and UNDP, briquettes made from recycled paper.

USAID 2002 replaced 47,000 wood stoves with oil burners.

Cayes Jacmel, Care-Haïti with Bureau des Mines et de l’Energie (BME), réchaud amélioré prototype charcoal stove with GTIH (Groupe Technologie Intermédiaire d’Haïti) 1982-1991

Port of Prince:
Kenscoff, Petion-Ville, Legacy Foundation with FWE Fondation Wynne Pour L’Environment, Concern Worldwide
Carrefour, Sun Ovens (IL) solar cookers with Friends of Haiti and Good Shepherd Orphanage in Carrefour.

Bayonnais, Legacy Foundation with OFCB Ministries, Bayonnais, Haiti, Reverend Actionnel Fleurisma and Engineers Without Borders, UC Colorado, Boulder.

Artibonite, Trees Water and People with Aprovecho Research Center and AMURT Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team

Petite Anse, MIT D-Lab, sugar cane charcoal briquettes
Cap-Hatien and Forte Liberte, Trees for the Future with Peace Corps, Partners of the Americas and many partners, improved stoves and charcoal production
Village Planete (One Village Planet)Cap Haitien. Labidee - with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and Cap Haitien Sister City Committee comparing alternative fuels with charcoal; Turtle Island; Fort Liberty - fuelwood farming, solar ovens, furnaces made in welding school. Corporate sponsors Citrix Systems of Fort Lauderdale Fla.and RCCL.
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