by Emma Crewe

Issue: 19

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Received: 2010-10-06


Stoves produced by rural potters in Sri Lanka are marketed by the Ceylon Electricity Board and subsidised by the Ministry of Power and Energy, the Integrated Rural Development Programme, NORAD and the Dutch Government. In Western Kenya, stove producers who have received marketing training and assistance from KENGO and ITDG promote and sell their own products. Notwithstanding the substantial differences between the stated objectives of these two programmes, their inputs and the social, institutional, political and economic conditions within which they are operating, the results illustrate some of the advantages and disadvantages of the two marketing systems...

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