Support our Project
We are seeking additional funding to support the improved cookstove intervention in Ghana. This project represents a unique opportunity to make an immediate impact on the lives of the roughly 400 households included in this pilot intervention, as well as providing key demand and marketing information that can be used to scale up stove distribution within these districts' population of 30,000 households. By leveraging the NSF grant funding, this intervention project will generate high-quality data and cutting edge research results to inform efforts to tackle the challenge of cleaner cooking beyond the study area.
For more information on how to support this project, please contact Katie Dickinson:
Colorado School of Public Health
To learn more about the REACCTING project, visit www.reaccting.com. CU-Boulder is a 501(c)(3) organization.