Number of Donations: 1
Household Safety through Efficient Breadmaking Ovens
Organizers: Kelly Brantner
USD 200 raised of USD 3,300
About the Campaign
This campaign builds upon the success of our previous efforts to provide villages in the Zebak district with new breadmaking ovens that significantly reduce household smoke. In 2022, we partnered with the local non-profit organization SALEHO and installed 20 ovens in two villages. Through this pilot project, we discovered that the new ovens reduced wood consumption by 50% and decreased smoke by 15-20% compared to traditional stoves.Now, we aim to expand our impact by purchasing and installing an additional 42 ovens in family homes across Zebak district villages. The demand for these ovens is growing rapidly due to their efficiency and their ability to create a clean and safe home environment. By running this campaign now, our objective is to have the new ovens installed before the onset of the cold winter season later this year.With your support, we can provide families with safe, efficient, and reliable ovens that will have a profound impact on their health and well-being. Together, we can reduce the devastating effects of household smoke and improve the lives of thousands of individuals in Afghanistan.Join us in this crucial mission and contribute to our fundraising campaign today. Every donation brings us closer to our goal of saving lives, promoting health, and fostering a safer home environment for families in need.
About the Organizer
Business for Better Society (BBS) is a Hong Kong registered charity that works globally. BBS exists to make giving ethical and easy, while building partnerships for purposeful and sustainable impact. We seek excellence in what we do and how we do it by utilising best practices, innovation and constant learning. We practice accountability to all of our stakeholders and adhere to the highest standards of due diligence and transparency. With this campaign, BBS continues their commitment to the Badakhshan province which includes lending libraries, household health education and family household bread making ovens.