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Gaia Association featured in Boiling Point

Posted Monday, June 23, 2008 by Project Gaia Team.

Boiling Point presents a case study based on a fictional household energy dilemma with advice from international experts. The case study here is how to design and implement programs, monitor overall progress, and check that work is going as planned. Responding on behalf of the Gaia Association are Firehiwot Mengesha, …

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Gaia Association wins green award for clean ethanol stove

Posted Thursday, June 19, 2008 by Project Gaia Team.

Tonight, the world’s leading green energy prize awarded £20,000 for a pioneering sustainable energy project to the Gaia Association, an organization working with the UNHCR in the Kebribeyah refugee camp near Ethiopia’s border with Somalia. The Ashden Awards prize was presented to Milkyas Debebe, Managing Director of the Gaia Association, …

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Documentary offers real hope

Posted Sunday, June 1, 2008 by Project Gaia Team.

The affecting documentary Cooking to Live by filmmaker Jake Boritt traces a day in the lives of three women in the UNHCR Kebribeyah Refugee Camp located in the Somali Regional State, eastern Ethiopia. Driven from their homes by political and security turmoil, over 80% of the Kebribeyah refugees are women …

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