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Mirte stoves in Ethiopia

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Mirte stoves in Ethiopia
Authors (non HEDON members)
Emma Judge, Mike Bess, Alastair Gill
Abstract
In Ethiopia, one of the most popular staple foods is injera (household bread) which is a large flat pancake eaten by the majority of Ethiopians at least once a day. Injera baking is the most energy-intensive activity in Ethiopia. It accounts for over 50% of all primary energy consumption in the country and over 75% of the total energy consumed in households. The food is so popular that the average family burns around 20 kilogrammes of wood a week just making injera...
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Technologies
010 Stoves
Service type
012 Cooking
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Forestry
Health
Fuels
Wood
Location: continent
Africa
Location: African countries
Ethiopia
Keywords
Ethiopa    MirteStove    Injera    BoilingPoint41    deforestation   

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