Honduras is one of the most economically challenged places on the planet. Proyecto Mirador is installing clean burning cookstoves throughout the rural countryside, driving impact in health, women’s empowerment, deforestation and carbon emissions reductions. Learn more.
Nuru is a Kiswahili word that means “light.” The Nuru Model is designed to be the first self-sustaining, self-scaling, integrated development model to end extreme poverty in remote, rural areas, in our lifetime. Learn more.
Impact Carbon’s work improves health, reduces poverty, and improves local environments while slowing climate change. Leveraging carbon and social finance, they build and support projects that help people access new technologies such as clean cookstoves and water treatment systems. Learn more.