Since taking part in the Innovation Accelerator with World Food Programme, Thorben from Pesitho visited the WFP officers in Burundi this May to establish our work together. Pesitho and WFP will be conducting a ‘willingness to pay’ assessment, which helps us gauge the best ways to set up a payment system that best suits our ECOCA end users. This is an exciting project for us moving onto the next stages of our business development how we can best supply a clean and affordable solution to the cooking needs of vulnerable people. We hope to give you some updates on our work in Burundi very soon.
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