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Many schools, hospitals, prisons, hotels and commercial cooking establishments in developing countries rely on wood as their primary source of energy for cooking food, baking, heating water and sterilizing. But often the heating is carried out over inefficient and smoky open fires or simple stoves that burn wood or charcoal. Gas and electricity is often still too expensive and out of reach...
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