By the Numbers
$100,000 Capital Deployed
TBD Lives Impacted
Improving Health and Economic Position
500 million families in developing countries face serious health risks by the pollution from traditional cooking methods. Each year, 4.3 million people die from inhaling indoor air pollution, adding up to more deaths than malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS combined. Collecting and using traditional cooking fuels like wood and charcoal are inefficient and can be the single largest household expenditure.
Global Partnerships (GP) aims to reduce health risks and financial burden of impoverished households by investing in cookstoves that reduce emissions and are more efficient and affordable.
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