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A Review of Cooking Systems for Humanitarian Settings

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Friday, January 1, 2016

This paper is one of a series of ‘toolkits’ developed by the MEI partners. It has been written by Practical Action Consulting, with copy-editing and production support from Chatham House, to offer guidance on the design and implementation of improved cooking systems in displacement situations. It is aimed at decision-makers at the policy level who identify priority needs and develop humanitarian budgets, and should be read in conjunction with other publications in the MEI series.

The Energy Situation in Goudoubo Refugee Camp, Burkino Faso

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Publication
Publication date: 
Friday, January 1, 2016

This paper, one of a series developed by the MEI consortium partners, has been written and edited by Practical Action Consulting, with copy-editing and production support from Chatham House. Its purpose is to present the results from a field study carried out in 2015 on the energy situation in the Goudoubo refugee camp in Burkina Faso. The paper is a summary of the survey report.

Coffee Agroforestry: Transforming a vital agricultural sector for a conservation and development ‘win-win’ in Peru

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Publication date: 
Sunday, January 1, 2017

The objective of this paper is to promote collaboration in policy and planning between business-oriented agriculturalists, conservation-oriented foresters, and climate change-oriented environmentalists. Agriculture, forestry, environment, and land-use policies should incentivize agroforestry over conventional coffee farming and other practices that lead to deforestation or degradation of agricultural land.

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