This little boy peeks out of his home in Solola, Guatemala, where our organization builds cookstoves for families. It’s common in the region for families to cook with traditional, toxic indoor stoves that require children to walk miles each day to collect firewood instead of attending school. Our new stoves improve the health of families and lets kids go back to class. 
March 30, 2012 goodneighbors.org

This little boy peeks out of his home in Solola, Guatemala, where our organization builds cookstoves for families. It’s common in the region for families to cook with traditional, toxic indoor stoves that require children to walk miles each day to collect firewood instead of attending school. Our new stoves improve the health of families and lets kids go back to class. 

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