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close this bookBoiling Point No. 20 - December 1989 (ITDG - ITDG, 1989, 40 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentNew Stoves For Old
View the documentKerosene and Gas Stoves in Nagercoil, South India
View the documentKerosene Wick Stoves
View the documentAn Investigation on the Colombian Kerosene Stove
View the documentTrials to Use Mineral Coal from Kiwira Coal Mines in the DUMA Wood Stoves
View the documentEnergy & The Environment in the Third World
View the documentUse Of Non Biomass Stoves In Sri Lanka
View the document''Simply Living''
View the documentLow-Wattage Cookers in Nepal
View the documentBiochar Briquetting & Burning
View the documentSTOVE PROFILE
View the document''Gourd Roots Make Good Fuel''
View the documentThe South Indian Clay Crusher
View the documentNEWS


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Editorial Team: MM BRAH Mahamane, Cherif Elvalide SKYE, Mounkaila GOUMANDAKOYE, Serigne FALL

First Issue: June 1981, normally 4 issues a year
Format: A4, 10 to 40 pages
Subscription: Individual 4.500 FCFA per year
Circulation: CILSS Member States, Europe, America, Asia, Central and East Africa
Language: French & Spanish

Target Readership: Regional Organisations, Government Agencies and NGOs, Improved Stove Committees (CONAFA), national and international donor agencies for rural development, training institutes of member states, other projects concerned with technical, social and economic aspects of the use of woodstoves as a source of energy and of course individuals (users of wood as energy, artisans and producers of wood and charcoal stoves).

Subjects covered: Different aspects of work with stoves to burn wood, charcoal, agricultural wastes, kerosene and butane gas, that is to say, research, planning, construction/production, distribution, survey, evaluation of national programrnes, promotion of new stoves, national training for people using improved stoves, case studies of regional interest, exchanging socio-economic studies of experiences and results on main issues on the dissemination of stoves. Due to limited resources, we are producing 2 to 3 issues a year, but with a better presentation.