Dharampur : Smokeless Chulhas, a big help to prevent disease in women. As the use of green energy is increasing day by day, the new concept of Smokeless Chulhas for food preparation is currently gettting noticed in village areas. Food is one of the most essential elements which are a dire necessary for all human beings. We are lucky to stay in places where the supply of fuel and gas for cooking is abundant. There are millions out there who are still in the darkness and are risking themselves just to feed their family. Indoor air pollution leads to respiratory diseases which could result in premature death. The WHO calls indoor air pollution “the world’s largest single environmental health risk.” Around 3.8 million people a year die prematurely from illness attributable to the household air pollution caused by the inefficient use of solid fuels and kerosene for cooking. 6% of deaths in low-income countries is because of indoor air pollution. It causes a range of illnesses like pneumonia, ischaemic heart disease, stroke, COPD and even lung cancer. Rushit Masrani is the man, who helps women by giving Smokeless Chulhas for their daily requirement of Food preparation. Rushit Masrani is the founder of his NGO namely, Pahel Charitable Trust which is based at Dharampur district of Gujarat State. The main objective of this trust is to help needy people. This trust identified the need of Smokeless Chulhas in nearby areas of Dharmpur and gifted the same to every women of the perticular village. As per the study, around 3 billion people prepare food using polluting open fires or simple stoves fuelled by kerosene, or chulhas. This causes a huge amount of air pollution. But, the availability of clean energy sources for cooking is minimal in rural areas. Though the numbers have increased, only 60% of the nation has access to clean cooking fuels. Despite the health effects, the women around our country risk their everything just to feed a family. Rushitbhai thought to contribute in a nobel cause by giving these women smokeless chulhas on the occasion of International Women’s Day 2021. This would limit the harmful gases emitted while cooking and help these women carry out their job flawlessly without any danger to their health. On the bigger picture, this is a big step that avoids the harmful gases causing global warming.
Let’s extend our help and bring about a change that will not just support our women but also make way for a sustainable future. Let’s contribute smokeless chulhas. If you want to extend your help for all these nobel works, you can contact Rushitbhai Masrani on 9724388805