DAPP in Zimbabwe in partnership with C-Quest Capital is implementing a project of green energy through construction of firewood saving stoves (improved cook stove) for cooking in order to reduce the effects of global warming and climate change by reducing carbon emission in Manicaland province. The project is in line with the ongoing Climate Action where each country has to reduce carbon emission. The project is currently operating in Makoni, Mutasa and Chimanimani districts reaching out to 78 wards targeting 60,000 households. The project also aims at reducing carbon intake by humans to improve the health and well-being of women & children (most commonly the cooks of their households), by reducing exposure to toxic off-gassing and dangerous matter in biomass smoke. The project will play a pivotal role in the reduction of deforestation, land degradation thereby promoting conservation of environment.

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