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Phone: 541-554-4638
PO Box 51025
Eugene
Oregon 97405
USA
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Target demographics: Women and children in developing countries cooking over open fires and traditional cookstoves.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 334,000 people in Latin America

Geographic areas served: Mexico and Central America

Programs: StoveTeam works to alleviate poverty by supporting social and economic development within each target country. By giving local entrepreneurs the necessary tools and training, these men and women are the perfect candidates to become leaders managing the production, marketing and sales of fuel-efficient stoves.

Mission:
StoveTeam International assists families by promoting the local production of safe, affordable, fuel-efficient stoves to solve medical and ecological problems caused by traditional cookstoves and open fires.
Results:
Since 2007, StoveTeam has assisted entrepreneurs in Latin America to establish seven locally owned factories in four countries, which now employ more than 45 people. These factories have produced and distributed more than 44,600 stoves, positively impacting the lives of over 334,000 people with better health and cleaner air.

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07/07/14
We worked in the stove factory helping with 2 main tasks. The factory was very busy trying to fill an order for 600 stoves, so our help, although we did have a learning curve initially, was beneficial. The thought that my hands filled stoves with pumice for insulation and my trowel smoothed out ... more »
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03/21/14
I have just returned from a Stove Team trip to Oaxaca and Nochixtlian Mexico, what a wonderful experience.We were building a Stove Factory in a small town that will serve the surrounding villages. I learned how to stucco the way it has been done in Mexico for hundreds of years ( and it was a great ... more »
12/08/12
I was one of the student coordinator through the University of Oregon Alternative Spring Break program that traveled to Honduras with StoveTeam. It was one of the most memorable experiences of my college career. I think I can speak with the entire group when I say that. Not only were our hosts, ... more »
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