Amendment the 2nd

The portable stove Not only the training program for the energy saving clay stove has been expanded, I also started to work extensively on developing a portable charcoal stove. People in development countries, which rely on traditional stoves, basically use two different kinds of cook stoves. Firewood cookstoves, or charcoal cookstove. While firewood cookstoves are very common in the rural read more…

We are still ALIVE & ACTIVE – Stove Trainings & Education Center in Uganda

Wow, 2 years since my last post on this webiste!!!!! I apologize sincerely for the delay. I was simple too busy with so many things that happened in the last 2 years. For example, I have relocated my entire life in Uganda. I live here with my partner and child in Kampala, and work as a consultant for various projects read more…

A BIG success

I’m happy that I can announce today the probably biggest success of my work of the last years, fighting the use of traditional cooking stoves. The last months I went through an intensive selection and application process to receive a grant from the belgian development service ENABEL (former BTC) in the context of their „SDF – Skills Development Fund Rwenzori read more…

The stone was set rolling

Another 2 weeks already passed, and I didn’t have any time to update all of you. Well, after my last report from Tanzania, we started working, improving, developing and we did big steps forward. But first in order. Before we started with an extensively training for the bricklayers, we had to solve and improve our plastering issue with the cement. read more…

Final chapter Haiti

Finally I find time to update all of you about the status of the incinerator stove in Port-Au-prince. After finalizing all constructions and drying the whole thing, it only needed to be burned. I bought plenty of wood for that and we were able to light the first fire on a Monday early morning. So far, everything looked good with read more…