Monday, February 8, 2010

Onil Stove




In Santiago la Laguna, Lake Atitlan, Solola, contact Acum: (502) 5054-5986. He delivers and installs the Onil stoves. He works with the NGO that finds donors in the states who help the Mayan families purchase the stoves, who pay half the cost.


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$160.00 (Q1300) for the large stove, $50.00 (Q300) for the small.
Contact in Panajachel: www.mayanfamilies.org

Helps International:
HELPS recruits volunteer groups to implement such projects as the ONIL stove installations, school construction, potable water systems, and concrete floors ...
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The ONIL Stove - Helps International
Today, thousands of rural Mayan families are using the ONIL Stove with the ... Form your own stove-building team and work side by side with Guatemalan ...
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Helps International Stove Program

HELPS International medical teams see severe burns from indoor open fires; ONIL Stove developed by Don O'Neal; Stove teams install stoves in multiple ...

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29 May 2008 ... Part Three asks you to plan new instructions or explanations for a device or ... A summary and slide show explain the problem the Onil Stove ...cnx.org

Video | BioEnergy Lists: Improved Biomass Cooking Stoves

The Kitchen Killer: Onil Stove Video video by Lindsey Oneal, Guatemala, January 2008 .... A new video from Aprovecho showing step-by-step instructions for ...
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Design | BioEnergy Lists: Improved Biomass Cooking Stoves
... May 2005; Instructions for Building a VITA Stove by Samuel F. Baldwin, 1987, ... The Onil Stove, Don Oneal, 2005. Gasification (Wood Gas or Turbo Stove) ...
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[Stoves] TLUD construction document

7 Mar 2009 ... The ONIL stove is a fantastic stove structure. ... The document contains detailed instructions for the construction of >> Anderson's ...
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Onil Stove. Source: Mayan FamiliesMayan Families: Onil Stove
http://www.mayanfamilies.org/OnilStoves

2 comments:

Carole Buschmann said...

Hi, i am delighted to have found your blog. I have visited Solala for 3 years now as a member of the Cascade Medical HELPS team. I love that beautiful area. My husband and daughter build ONIL stoves I work in the kitchen.

catherine todd said...

Dear Carole, I am delighted that you left a comment on my blog, AND that you help out in Solola! I am also thrilled to find that there is another smaller, portable Onil stove that only costs $50.00 and is being manufactured outside of Antigua. Do you know anything about this one?

I live in North Carolina when I'm not in Panajachel, and am going back to Guatemala for the month of June. Email me anytime and hope we can get together at Lake Atitlan soon! Yours, CatherineTodd2@gmail.com