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Dirko and Adi-Ayakulu villages witnessing impressive innovation of smokeless stove

The inhabitants of Dirko and Adi-Ayakulu villages said that an impressive innovation of the smokeless stove (Adhanet) has been witnessed in the localities following a training organized by the Ministry of Agriculture as regards crafting it. Those who have already become beneficiaries of the stove asserted that it is environment and health friendly, besides its merit of minimal firewood consumption. Dirko, 19 January 2013 – The inhabitants of Dirko and Adi-Ayakulu villages said that an impressive innovation of the smokeless stove (Adhanet) has been witnessed in the localities following a training organized by the Ministry of Agriculture as regards crafting it. Those who have already become beneficiaries of the stove asserted that it is environment and health friendly, besides its merit of minimal firewood consumption.

Among the inhabitants, Ms. Aster Ogbazgi and Ms. Letebirhan Abraham explained that they used to consume a large amount of firewood upon using the traditional stove, thus suffering from excessive smoke in the process of baking. They further pointed out that the Ministry provided them with the necessary equipments, and that a number of families have resorted to use of the new stove.

Ms. Elsa Kifle from the Agriculture Ministry’s branch in the sub-zone indicated that the process of the stove’s innovation initially involved a practical exposure for 35 mothers. Subsequently, the number of the stove’s beneficiaries dramatically increased to 300, she added.

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