At Pesitho we are not only aiming to make cooking more climate friendly and sustainable. Our product and the possibilities it creates for end-users supports fundamental life-style changes and has significant impact on their daily live.
Handwoven mats – How the ECOCA gave rise to Rose’s business
Rose, mother of two, lives on a small coffee plant in Rakai, Uganda. Aside from her main income through growing coffee and selling it through a local coffee cooperative, she now uses her free time to produce hand-woven mats from rattan, which she sells at a local market to earn money on the Read More
“I used to spend 10-15k on firewood a week” – ECOCA saves time & money for Mariam and her family
Mariam Kinde, mother of four, lives at BidiBidi Refugee Settlement, Yumbe, Uganda Mariam received her ECOCA cookstove in April 2021, and has been able to save significant amounts of money and time since, which she saves to cover future expenses for the family saving money The amount of money that Mariam is Read More
Phone Repair & Radio Station – Why the ECOCA is more than a stove
In May we met one of our very first beneficiaries, Bajura, a man living in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Yumbe, Uganda. Since receiving his ECOCA back in 2020, he has established a phone repair & radio business, based on the solar panel and the cabinet. At our visit he shows us around his station and Read More