Keeping Cooking Clean for Mums and Bubs
Help reduce the mortality rate of pregnant women, infants and developing babies in developing countries.
Globally, household air pollution is the single most important environmental health risk, and causes approximately 4.3 million deaths every year. Household air pollution is caused by the use of traditional stoves and fuels by close to 3 billion people. Women and girls, as the primary cooks for their families, are at greatest risk and there is some evidence that household air pollution also has a major impact on the developing fetus, causing stillbirth and early neonatal death.
We aim to help pregnant women in Bangladesh convert to LPG fuel for cooking to reduce the harm to their infants and developing babies.
Our project could greatly increase the survival rate of developing babies, infants and women in low income countries.
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