by Tom Andrews

Issue: 30

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


Installation services for mud-built stoves are difficult to commercialize, so dissemination of chimney stoves often relies on extension workers and is unsustainable. But based on experience with Tibetan refugees, Tom Andrews argues that installation can he sustained by community installers, if the stove agency adopts the right approach at first.

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