Senegal

Fish Smoker References
Andrew Parker, May 10, 2007

Chorkor oven being used for bonga at Bonfi (Conakry, Guinea)Chorkor oven being used for bonga at Bonfi (Conakry, Guinea)

LPG Introduction into Senegal
Youba SOKONA, ENDA -TM Ysokona@enda.sn
Pape Alassane Deme PROGEDE Senegal 2000

The objective of the LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) Program in Senegal is to substitute part of the charcoal consumed in urban areas with LPG, which is mainly imported (90% of consumption). The program was initiated in 1974 following a severe period of drought in the early '70s. The first LPG cooker model that was introduced was equipped with a cylinder containing 2.75 kg of gas. Later, another, more robust, model was introduced that was fitted with a 6-kg bottle that was better suited to the cooking habits and purchasing power of the target households.

SUSTAINABLE CHARCOAL PRODUCTION IN SOUDANESE ZONE OF SENEGAL (SUCPROS)
INSTITUT SENEGALAIS DE RECHERCHES AGRICOLES (ISRA) / CENTRE NATIONAL DE RECHERCHES FORESTIERES (CNRF) 1995

Greenhouse Gas Abatement in Senegal: A Case Study of Least Cost Options
Samir AMOUS, Dominique REVET, Youba SOKONA, Environment and Development in the Third World (ENDA-TM)Dakar, Senegal 1994

Handing resource management back to local councillors in Senegal
Laurence Boutinot, boutinot@cirad.fr and/or boutinot@ird.sn
Forest Resources and Public Policy Research Unit CIRAD, French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development, 05 September 2006

CARBOSEN Transforming Environmental Waste into Marketable Charcoal
Dakar, Senegal 14-16 November 2005

STOws Cooker - Low Cost Concrete and Ceramic Stove
by Crispin Pemberton-Pigott (PROBEC)
25 Sept 2006

Design Brief:
The development of a stove for use in low income areas of rural Senegal.

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