22 Nov 2013 | by Anne-Mirelle Nzouankeu | Civil Society - Original Feature
Cameroon’s women are making strides in the fight against climate change. For the past months local housewives have been testing “improved wood stoves”, a revolutionary cooking appliance which consumes less wood and produces less smoke than traditional cookers.
In a country where people are usually too poor to have access to gas and wood consumption is on the rise, improved wood stoves can limit deforestation and help women improve their quality of life.
IPSTV Correspondent Anne Mireille Nzouankeu reports from Cameroon.
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