‘Rubbish’ cooker helping to improve lives in Kenya


Rubbish from the streets might not seem an obvious choice of fuel but that's exactly what's being burnt to provide heat as part of innovative community cooker scheme in Kenya.

The recently constructed stove in Naivasha, which acts as a communal meeting point for people, is being credited for improving both the lives of those who use it and the local environment.

Tom Bayly reports.

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