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Training women as trainers: The Nada Chulha Programme

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Training women as trainers: The Nada Chulha Programme
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Madhu Sarin
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During 1983-84, a pilot training programme for dissemination of the Improved Nada Chulha was conducted. During this period, five training courses were run for chulha mistris in collaboration with three voluntary organisations and two state governments. A study of past experience had suggested that village women trained as skilled chulha mistris were likely to be the best agents for long term acceptance of the technology in rural areas.
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