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Investigating Adoption Drivers and Evaluating Health Benefits of Clean Cooking Solutions in Cambodia

Date

2015-05-17 17:16:49 - 2015-08-16 17:16:49

Project Objectives

In Cambodia, cooking with traditional cook stoves and solid fuels has severe health effects on households as smoke from cooking results in high level of Household Air Pollution, and various NGOs have tried to address this problem with improved cook stoves (ICS) and clean fuels. We will adopt a mix of experimental evaluation and observational methods for two related studies in rural Cambodia, to understand and investigate price-related, socioeconomic and demographic drivers of ICS and clean fuels adoption in rural Cambodia, and to investigate the impact ICS and clean fuels have on Household Air Pollution (HAP) and human health, and other benefits of clean cooking solutions adoption.

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Filled

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