Danielle Saint Lot Haiti Women’s Foundation is proud to join the Clean Cooking Alliance and other public and private stakeholders around the globe to launch the “Clean Cooking is …”, a first-of-its-kind campaign and digital activation strategy built to drive greater awareness, engagement, and support for clean cooking. In Haiti 90% percent of household energy for cooking comes from charcoal and wood, while only 3% of households use LPG, natural gas, or biogas (DHS 2012).

Danielle Saint Lot Haiti Women’s Foundation has joined the Clean Cooking global momentum through its #SmartFanm movement.  “Fanm” in Haitian Creole means “Women”.  This movement aims to empower women through innovation and technology, starting with clean energy!

This movement envisions to empower 20,000 women by the end of 2020 through access to modern energy services. It encourages women to substitute charcoal with propane as a cooking solution. Women can influence the adoption of propane gas at both the household and business levels, unleashing their power in the Clean Cooking value chain. READ MORE