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Pesitho and Caritas Denmark partnership with Novo Nordisk Foundation

Find out more about new project by Caritas Denmark in Uganda which aims to establish and test some funding mechanisms to ensure the wider use of ECOCA

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Pesitho on TV MidVest at the the European BioEconomy Venture Forum

TV MIDVEST captured Mads Bering from Pesitho in action presenting the ECOCA to prospective investors at the European BioEconomy Venture Forum.

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World Environment Day 2019 with Pesitho in Uganda

Its World Environment Day 2019. Our partners from Caritas Uganda spent the day at the Bidibidi Refugee Settlement demonstrating the environmental benefits of using the ECOCA.

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Feedback from our work in Uganda with the ECOCA

Updates from Uganda since installing the first 50 ECOCAs at the Bidibidi Refugee Settlement.

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Feedback from our work in Myanmar with the ECOCA

Updates from our work in Myanmar since installing 50 ECOCAs.

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Pesitho collaborates with Care Denmark on Camp +

We are excited to announce our collaboration with Care Denmark in developing the world's first climate-friendly refugee camp, Camp +

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Pesitho installs 50 ECOCAs in Myanmar

One week after installing our first 50 ECOCAs in Uganda, Pesitho has been working with Caritas Denmark and Caritas Myanmar (Karuna Mission Social Solidarity) to install the next 50 cookstoves to families in Myanmar.

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Pesitho installs the first 50 ECOCAs in Uganda

This week we are celebrating the first ever installations of our ECOCA solar powered cookstove at the Bidibidi refugee Settlement in Uganda.

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Pesitho at World Food Programme Innovation Accelerator 2019

In 2019 Pesitho took part in the World Food Programme Innovation Accelerator in Munich, Germany. We were able to broadcast some of our goals with the ECOCA.

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360 Magazine: Interview on Climate Friendly Cooking

360° – Verden i Udvikling Magazine shares our story installing ECOCAs in Myanmar and Uganda

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