by Elisabeth Castiglioni

Issue: 36

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


In 1990 we started integrating solar cooking into most of our regular programmes, the first pilot project being in Kakamega, Western Kenya, with 20 women's groups Since that time, approximately 1000 cookers have been distributed to women who have been thoroughly instructed, over a period of one to two years, in the use and function of the cookers, and who enthusiastically praise this relatively new cooking method.

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