Maasai Stoves & Solar Project

Welcome to Maasai Stoves & Solar Project Homepage. We are partnering with the International Collaborative, we are working hard for a
better life in Tanzania, Africa. Donate to the Maasai Stoves & Solar Project which is supported by ISCEE run by Robert V. Lange.

Perhaps you are aware of the danger of smoke in homes of people in the developing world. Caused by indoor cooking with open fires. This is a international health issue that affects millions. The Maasai Stoves & Solar Project designs and installs stoves.

Helping the people organize for a better life. The Project enables the installation of solar panels. The Maasai Stoves & Solar Project applies core empowerment values to work with projects, including new livestock practices in response to drought and water safety.

Welcome to the Maasai Stoves & Solar Project Homepage. We are helping the environment. Please donate to our cause.





“We Maasai women aren’t waiting. Collaborating with the ICSEE means a better life right now for us, our families, and our community.” Read More >>



Nothing helps lift a community from poverty like having electric light at night. Can there be light so far off the national grid?  Yes! Find out more >>



Can our stoves save lives? Absolutely! Indoor smoke is a profound international health issue that affects millions in the developing world. Read more >>


35 children out of 1000 die before the age of five from waterborne disease. We’re working on bringing clean water to the people. Read More >>


Maasai  traditional herding practices are world-famous, but are no longer succeeding in the face of environmental and social changes. Read more >>


ICSEE announces our Cypress Hill campus. As an “incubator” for life-improvement ideas, it sparks innovation, exploration, and learning. Read more >>

safe water in rural Africa

Safe water report card

October 29th 2018

The International Collaborative introduced water sanitation systems to the Maasai, based on tried-and-true chlorination technology, adapted to the local conditions. We take on a huge responsibility when we tell families that the water is safe. After all, we are telling… Read More →

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