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Fuel Shortages and Women's Health

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Fuel Shortages and Women's Health
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J Sims
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The constraints on women's time arising from an excessive workload contribute significantly to their ill-health. Finding individual solutions for each time-consuming task, however, is difficult; a preferable approach is to introduce methods of addressing a number of areas simultaneously. This article will point to some of the effects of fuel shortage and smoke pollution on women's health and nutrition levels. On these grounds, an improved stove has a role to play as one such broadbased, general solution to the problems facing poor and rural women...
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FuelShortages    Biomass    Women    BoilingPoint27   

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