Project Gaia promotes clean, safe, efficient cookstoves powered by alcohol fuels. By providing access to sustainable fuels we hope to change the face of energy poverty. We work wherever people struggle to cook their meals.


  • PGI Signs Agreement with Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company

    Project Gaia, Inc. (PGI) signed an agreement with Shell’s Nigerian production division, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo), on November 5 in Lagos. Both executive director Harry Stokes and Joe Obueh of PGI’s Nigerian affiliate, Project Gaia Prospects Ltd, … Continued

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  • James Murren Publishes Book About His Time with PGI in Ethiopia

    James Murren, a longtime friend of Project Gaia, has just published a book, Ethiopian Vignettes: Seeing is Believing, detailing his time in Ethiopia. This is the second book for James, who also wrote Whispers of Honduras about his experience as … Continued

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  • Addis Ababa Micro Distillery Inaugurated

    On October 8th, Project Gaia and its partners, Gaia Association, the Former Women’s Fuelwood Association (FWFCA) Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), and the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO) inaugurated the first ethanol micro distillery of its kind in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. … Continued

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  • Humanitarian Workshop Announced: October 15, 2015

    Marking the Success of the “Clean Energy – Safe Energy” Program in the UNHCR Eastern Ethiopian Camps  A Humanitarian Intervention Serving Refugees from Somalia In honor of Gaia Association’s 10th year of refugee assistance in the Kebribeyah, Sheder and Awbarre Camps … Continued

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  • Invitation to a Local Stakeholder Consultation for Project Gaia Cookstove Project of Activities

    Carbon Africa, on behalf of Gaia Association and Project Gaia, Inc., an NGO based in the United States of America and which focuses on the distribution of efficient Cookstoves powered by ethanol from renewable sources. Project Gaia, Inc. is developing … Continued

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