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The Moshi Inje Stove

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A new stove to make cooking safer and reduce indoor smoke pollution

The Moshi Inje Stove system creates safe cooking environments with a system that directs smoke out of the home. The stove has been designed in collaboration with Maasai women for the specific context of their homes. This collaborative approach to the Moshi Inje stove’s design ensures its compatibility with the Maasai home, and has resulted in an entirely unique improved stove that is the first to run exhausts underground. The stove can be installed without altering the home, requires minimal firewood, minimizes carbon emissions from cooking, and safely contains the fire and its heat.


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