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CTCN in Tanzania: Scaling-up sustainable wood fuel systems


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Tanzania is working to protect its forests and the health of its population by deploying low emission biomass stoves for household and institutional cooking. The Climate Technology Centre is working with the communities of Lindi, Mtwara and Pwani to develop sustainable charcoal and wood fuel value chains, including charcoal and cook stove production for use in both rural and urban areas. This effort will be combined with best practices from other initiatives and developed into a plan for scaling up sustainable wood fuel cooking systems in other areas of Tanzania. 

For more information, please read the CTCN Progress report 2017

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