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close this bookSolar and Energy Conserving Food Technologies: A Training Manual (Peace Corps, 1984, 175 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentAcknowledgments
View the documentIntroduction to training: defining expectations and needs, clarifying goals and objectives; identifying group resources
View the documentLooking at your community: the potential for solar food drying
View the documentIdentifying community needs and resources
View the documentNutrition and solar drying
View the documentSolar food dryers: design theory
View the documentModel solar food dryer: design and construction
View the documentHealth considerations in solar drying
View the documentThe use of solar food dryers
View the documentThe economics of solar drying
View the documentSolar food dryers: design
View the documentWorking with a group: dynamics and facilitation skills
View the documentHow people learn
View the documentSolar food dryers: construction
View the documentStorage of dried foods
View the documentTeaching and communication skills - Preparing demonstrations and learning activities
View the documentIntroducing a new technology is it appropriate?
View the documentFireless cookers
View the documentThe use of dried foods
View the documentPreparing for the fair
View the documentConclusion to training
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SOLAR AND ENERGY CONSERVING FOOD TECHNOLOGIES: A TRAINING MANUAL

PEACE CORPS INFORMATION COLLECTION & EXCHANGE 1984 T0017