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.
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.
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.