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  • VEP Solar Powerbank

    VEP Solar PowerbankIn line with our renewable energy mission of creating sustainable economic, social and environmental value within our community,

    We have partnered with Ezylife Kenya to sell Efficient cook stoves that help reduced drudgery on women and increase access to non-polluting power for warming,lighting and cooking.

     

    • The jikos are able to save up to 50% of firewood used,
    • reduce smoke and soot emissions by up to 70%,
    • reduce cooking time by up to 50% ,
    • Eliminate respiratory health problems and eye irritation caused by inhaling smoke and soot while cooking,
    • Modernize your kitchen and enhance flexibility as they are portable.

    Our aim is to sustainably meet the clean-burning cook stove needs of Kenyans still cooking over open fires and traditional stoves. Nearly half of the people in the world cook using open fire. Forests are disappering, women and children are dying from smoke inhilations and families are spending vast amounts of time and money to cook. Firewod jikos The cook stoves burns wood and charcoal more efficiently, lowering family expenditures, mitigating deforestation, curtailing green-house gas emissions and helping to reduce the exposure of families to dangerous air pollutants in smoke from indoor cooking. Charcoal Jiko This is one of the cleanest high-capacity premium charcoal jikos in the world, saves charcoal up to 50% hence saving  on money, burns up carbon monoxide making is safe for you and your family and cooks as fast as a meko.

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  • Posted by raju on March 13, 2015, 7:30 am

    want a jiko for a 55lts sufuria for feeding 400 slum children

    i use approx i bag of charcoal per meal
    how much saving will it give me.
    what is the cost of a jiko

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  • Posted by maimuna on July 24, 2015, 7:38 am

    where can i buy the jiko for charcoal and the cost of jiko

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  • Posted by Lucy Muchiri on August 2, 2016, 9:16 am

    Am in meru I need a firewood jiko immediately.How much is it n how do I access it.

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