Noah Stove, headquartered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, has developed an innovative gasifier stove to address the challenges posed by traditional cooking methods. The Noah Stove gasifier utilizes a unique process that transforms wood into charcoal instead of burning it to ash during the cooking process. This approach not only reduces the reliance on firewood by up to 60% but also generates charcoal that can be reused as fuel or converted into biochar—an organic fertilizer that enhances long-term soil fertility. The stove is constructed sustainably using clay, straw, and water, with the burning chamber made from repurposed oil cans. This design ensures lower surface temperatures, minimizing burn risks and promoting safer cooking practices.