by L C Verma

Issue: 37

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Received: 2010-10-04


Improved cookstove (chulha) technology in India has undergone swift changes during the last decade. The improved chulha program, a 'minimum needs programme' of the Government of India, is basically for rural women, and aims to improve their living conditions and create awareness about the saving of big-fuel. It builds on the development work which has taken place in many parts of India over a much larger period...

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