by Robin Papafio

Issue: 37

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


The centralized cooking of food in relief situations is usually dependent on biomass fuels and so makes a number of critical demands on the cooking method used in terms of the need for reliability, ease of use and maintainability, as well as on the very difficult operating environment. Ultimately, the failure to cook regular large quantities may lead to the deaths of the malnourished children and adults being fed. At the same time, the demand for fuel supplies often leads to severe local environment damage...

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