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Household air pollution from cooking with solid fuels kills 4 million people annually, according to new global burden of disease estimates published in The Lancet."
– Press Release, Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, December 17, 2012
Each year toxic smoke from open cooking fires causes four million deaths worldwide and is a leading cause of death in children under five.
Four million women and children suffer painful and debilitating burns from their cooking fires.
500 million cook fires emit nearly one billion tons of greenhouse gases each year and cause massive deforestation.
An average man, woman or child spends 20 hours each week gathering wood. Wood collection takes valuable time that could be spent at work or school.
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