March 14, 2018
Location: 801 Second Ave., 9th Floor, at E. 43rd St., New York City
Country: United States

Light refreshments.  Space is limited. Preregister at jinka.stillman@gmail.com

RSVP by March 9 required 

Click here for a full version of the flier with names of speakers and information on registration

This event will engage attendees to recognize more fully the importance of clean cooking options to escape the poverty – respiratory disease – deforestation trap of daily cooking with charcoal and other biomass in Haiti and other countries. This is important to the empowerment of women and girls, both rural and urban. The speakers represent organizations working to advance solar and biogas cookstoves and fuel to improve health and daily life in families, create small business opportunities for women and girls, and fight against environmental degradation.

Moderator:

David Stillman, Ph.D., Executive Director, Public-Private Alliance Foundation - www.ppafoundation.org

Panelists:

  • Rose Bazile, RNC, MSN, RN, Board Chair, Konbit pou Developman Commune Kotes de Fer (KDCK) (Haiti & New York), Haiti representative of Solavore LLC and a nursing professor - www.kdck-cdf.org/www.solavore.com
  • George Garland, DBA, Board President, Haiti Education and Resource Team (HEART) - http://heartinhaiti.org
  • Alan Bigelow, Ph.D., Science Director, Representative at United Nations. Solar Cookers International - www.solarcookers.org
  • Kathy Puffer, Secretary and Co-Founder, Solar CITIES Biogas Innoventors & Practitioners, Inc., - https://solarcities.solutions

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