by Extract from Consultancy Report to FAO

Issue: 16

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Received: 2010-10-07


Fuelwood and charcoal are widely used as cooking fuel in Burma. It has been estimated wood and charcoal constitute over half of the energy need in Burma. Because of the deforestation problem, an attempt has been made to develop and promote fuel efficient cooking stoves to ease the problem of the worsening fuelwood situation...

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