In Guinea, where firewood and charcoal meet almost all household energy needs, deforestation is rapidly progressing at 6,800,000 m3/year. To address this and improve living conditions, a project distributes customized cookstoves to local communities. These efficient cookstoves save time, money, and forests by reducing wood consumption and harmful emissions. They are designed based on feedback from the communities, ensuring compatibility with local materials and promoting complete combustion with minimal smoke. The project aims to mitigate deforestation drivers, combat climate change, and prevent health issues, particularly among women responsible for cooking.