Otago Daily Times: Stoves bound for Syria to help in crisis


Kitset fireplace stoves manufactured in Dunedin are being sent to war-torn Syria to provide cooking facilities for those in need.

After seeing a story on the television news last year about the country’s humanitarian crisis, Nigel Bamford, chief executive of fire manufacturer Escea, believed the company could help.

Mr Bamford contacted New Zealand aid group ReliefAid, which has been providing humanitarian services to refugees in Syria, to see if the stoves were needed.

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