by Simon Burne

Issue: 17

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-06


In every country in the world you can find development programmes which include a large amount of subsidy. Just look at any project or programme concerned with primary health care, education or drinking water, for example. Surely, then, there is little point in re-opening the argument for subsidy. Sadly, perhaps, more and more is the very act of subsidy being called into question, and it is important to explore just what subsidies can and cannot deliver. This is especially important for Stove Programmes which, in many ways, are now standing at a cross-roads.

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