by Dr Eric Hyman, Jas Singh

Issue: 35

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-04


In the fall of 1989, Appropriate Technology International (ATI) approached the existing USAID programme for 'Building the Capacity of Senegalese Institutions to Commercialize Appropriate Technologies' with a proposal to commercialize technologies for household energy conservation, small-scale irrigation, and grain processing through private enterprise. USAID/Senegal provided one million dollars of the funding for this and ATI covered half a million dollars of the total programme costs for the whole project. The stoves component began in 1991, and the project was then extended until September 1997 under the USAID/Senegal Co-financing Programme...

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