Fuel-efficient Anagi stoves.
Photo: WFP/Sri Lanka
Collecting firewood for cooking is not only a burdensome task for vulnerable women, it also has an adverse impact on the environment. Using fuel-efficient stoves is one way to combat this issue. On a visit to one of the homes of former IDPs in the northern part of the country, we witness how one little stove has entirely changed a family's quality of life.
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