The investment costs involved in the manufacturing the chulha are for infrastructure, inventory and transportation.
- Space to make stoves
- Tank for water curing
- Storage space for materials
- Basic masonry tools
- Basic hand tools (hammer, screwdrivers, pliers, GI wire, chisel, etc.
- Stone grit
- Wire mesh
- MS rods
- Chimney pipes
- Chimney caps
- Steam cookers
- For delivery of stoves
If you are an Entrepreneur looking for finance to set up your Low Smoke Chulha business please contact your nearest commercial banks, regional rural banks (also called as grameen banks), and credit cooperatives.
If you are a Corporate, Bank or a Financial Institution willing to support the Low Smoke Chulha project by providing financing please do contact us
To ensure that Entrepreneurs have access to credit at the door-step, we will shortly be partnering with commercial banks, regional rural banks, and credit cooperatives. If you have a question on financing please do contact.
Entrepreneur signing papers for funding arranged by the NGO from a social investor
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