SHE, as part of a ten-member consortium, is developing and teaching the first solar cooking course at a Haitian University. This course aims to enable students to disseminate solar cooking practices and technology in nearby communities. Solar cooking classes began in Fall 2018 for students at the University of Notre Dame of Haiti at Hinche (UNDH-H). Twenty-two biomedical and nursing degree students enrolled for this University-level elective course. The course taught both theoretical and practical aspects of solar cooking, and featured many solar cooking expert guest speakers, thanks to video conferencing by representatives of the ten consortium members who developed the course textbook and syllabus. Students learned the science and history of solar cooking, solar cooked food on different types of solar cookers, learned to make their own solar cookers, and created financial self-help groups in nearby communities to lay the ground for future solar cooker manufacturing and sales.