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.


  • Beautiful, Hand-Loomed Scarf Sale to Benefit the FWFCA

    This week, students from The Refugee Action Committee (RAC) and Students Against Sexual Assault (SASA) at Gettysburg College are co-sponsoring a fundraiser to benefit Project Gaia and the Former Women Fuel Carriers Association in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.  These beautiful, hand-loomed scarves … Continued

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  • Gaia Team Attends SEED Africa Symposium and IOREC in Nairobi

    During the week of September 26, 2016, the Gaia team travelled to Nairobi, Kenya to participate in the SEED Africa Symposium and International Off-Grid Renewable Energy Conference and Exhibition. Gaia’s team comprised of Desalegn Getaneh, Director of Gaia Association, and … Continued

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  • Chido Munangagwa Presents at Gettysburg Rotary Club

    Chido Munangagwa, our Business Analyst, recently delivered a presentation to the Gettysburg Rotary Club providing insights to recent events in her native Zimbabwe and discussing PGI’s work. Read the write up provided by Chris Kimple here!

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  • Kerosene Shortages in Addis Ababa Underscore Need for Shift to Clean Cooking Fuels

    Over recent weeks, long queues at fuel stations in Addis Ababa have been common occurrences. There’s a sense of desperation amongst the the people queuing; the queues move slowly in spite of the weather, which at this time of the … Continued

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  • Focus on India: A Move to Cleaner Fuels

    With over 1.2 billion people, India is the world’s second most populous country. According to the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, about 67% of households out of this massive population rely on solid biomass fuels for preparing their food. That means … Continued

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