by Caroline Ashley

Issue: 30

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-05


Most attempts at stove commercialization in India are dwarfed by the Government's subsidized National Programme for Improved Chulhas (NPIC). But in this case study from South India, it was a locally designed and made commercial stove that outanked 'improved stoves' promoted by stove agencies. This article, based on a project evaluation, describes the variety of factors influencing women's choice of stoves, and suggests a number of lessons about how to implement commercialization projects...

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