Production and dissemination of improved pottery stoves: New Lao Bucket and Anagi in the Philippines
ARECOP, Asian Regional Cookstove Program, 2006
Two models of pottery stoves were introduced in the Philippines - one was an adaptation of New Lao Bucket Stove (a one pothole charcoal stove), called Mabaga Kalan and another, a two pothole wood stove, Maliyab kalan (the woodstove was adapted based on the design of Anagi from Sri Lanka).
A series of training have been conducted from several years back, which included, a stove producer training, a workshop on clay for pottery and internship for advanced potters in Cambodia. While, commercial dissemination of the stoves have been occuring in Iloilo, South Cotabato, Tupi & Davao City, Cebu.
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