The Paradigm Project Offers A Safe Alternative to Open Fire

By: Rebecca Byers - Published: Aug 8, 2012 • References: & gazette
The Paradigm Project is an American social enterprise offering environmentally friendly cookstoves in developing nations. The Project is currently operated by 14 employees between the US and Kenya.

While boasting the carbons offsets, the cookstoves also save time, money and health risks for three billion people who currently cook over open fire.

Launched in 2009, the Paradigm Project is planning to expand its market into Ethiopia and Rwanda in addition to Kenya and to add portable solar lanterns and water filters to its line of products. The Project endeavors to alleviate communities and individuals out of poverty and into sustainability.

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