by Kathryn H Clarke
Journal section: Theme Articles
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Rose Ochuka and 20,000 women in rural areas of Kenya designed their own stoves. They chose the position of the stove, the number and size of pot holes and height and shape of the surrounds to suit their own particular needs. It was Rose's involvement in construction that created a unique stove in her house that she values, maintains and which makes cooking easier...
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