Spark Change for Ghana's Future
We believe in the importance of cooking. We also know that providing food for our loved ones, safely and affordably, is a privilege not afforded to everyone. Let’s make a change.
Spark has partnered with CookClean Ghana Limited to introduce a new way of cooking in Ghana homes. The result? Improved financial health for families and communities throughout Ghana. Learn how you're helping to effect change when you join the Spark community.
CookClean Ghana Limited
CookClean is on a mission to improve the financial health of ghana families and communities.
Most people in Ghana use wood and charcoal to cook everyday. But, it’s expensive, inefficient, and harmful to the wellbeing of Ghana's economic landscape.
CookClean provides families in Ghana with a more affordable, efficient, and locally-made cookstove solution: the CookMate.
The Cookmate Consumes
50% less charcoal than the traditional stove
Energy, including the charcoal that is needed to produce hot water and cook food, consumes a devastating portion of the average Ghanaian family's annual earnings.
The reduced need for charcoal leads to life-changing financial savings for many Ghanaian families. This money can instead be spent on the family.
Let's break down
the power of change
Every time a CookMate is placed in a Ghanaian home, 50% LESS CHARCOAL is required to cook for the family, which can provide a home with up to $65 IN SAVINGS per family, per year.
When 50% Less Charcoal is used
IS THIS ENOUGH FINANCIAL SAVINGS TO CHANGE A LIFE?
Yes. Ghanaian's can afford access to many useful tools when they're able to save money on charcoal.
These financial savings can
Help provide families with the money for...
School fees for children who would have to stay out of school otherwise.
More food for the family.
Purchase of a productive asset, like a motorcycle.
Home improvements or goods.
The growth of a small business that provides necessary family income. OR...
Anything. Everyone is different, and families make the best decisions for themselves on what to do with their savings.