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the community
Community benefits
from energy
technology projects
Ability of communities to report objectively (both positively and
netgatively0 about changes in energy source accessibility
Communities ability to manage on-going energy activities
Adoption of energy technologies for households taking into
consideration the gender roles and needs
Time for other productive activities gained from use of appropriate
energy technologies
Amount of money spend on fuel
Increased family income from translating energy technology skills
into income generation while recognising the contribution of both
women and men in the activities.
Positive contribution of energy programmes towards a sustainable
Communities able to initiate and sustain effective energy
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Field Manual by FAO, Rome
Anderson M., Technology Transfer, IT Publications, 19856
Overholt, Indicators for Women.
Kumaria, Gender roles in Development
Caroline, A and Pete, Y., Stoves for Sale: Practical Hints for Commercial Dissemination of
Improved Stoves, ITDG.