The seemingly simple task of cooking a meal poses significant health risks for those living in poverty. In sub-Saharan Africa this is certainly the case. However, the techniques to mitigate these health risks exist—they just need to be scaled up.
The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), through its regional offices in Cameroon, India, Indonesia, Kenya and Peru, aims to do just that. ICRAF carries out research and development of tree-based bioenergy innovations that are socially responsible, ecologically sustainable and economically viable.
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