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Desert Fridge

In regions where electricity may be scarce or unreliable, this workshop introduces participants to a simple, sustainable, and cost-effective method of creating refrigeration using locally available materials. Utilizing principles of evaporative cooling, participants learn to construct desert fridges that can effectively preserve perishable goods without the need for conventional electricity. This hands-on workshop empowers individuals with the knowledge to harness natural elements like sand, clay, and water, combining them to create a functional cooling system. Beyond addressing the immediate need for refrigeration, the workshop fosters a sense of self-reliance and community resilience by imparting skills that can be shared and replicated locally. By embracing a low-tech approach, this initiative not only provides a practical solution to a pressing problem but also encourages sustainability and resourcefulness within communities facing the challenges of living in arid climates.