Yosief Iyassu (Eritrea), Emmanuel Balele (Tanzania) and James Bamwete (Uganda) describe the deplorable health and environment effects caused by the use of inefficient traditional charcoal cooking stoves in Africa and show how the situation could considerably improve by replacing them with energy saving clay-based cooking stoves.
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@ VOL 6
ON MAR 07, 2013
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A New Stove for Kenya
BY MÅRTEN CLAESSON AND OLA RUNE
@ VOL 107
ON OCT 30, 2013
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BY REBECCA NAMAGGA
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BY IBRAHIMA KABA
@ VOL 36
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