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Cooking Fuels and Jatropha in Northern TZ Jan 2011

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Cooking fuels MinimumMedianMaximum Charcoal01.6933.33 Wood63.3396.67100 Crop/straw/dung004.0 Kerosene/Coal/Elect005.2 Village averages (n=48 villages)

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Cooking stoves MinimumMedianMaximum Open fire66.6796.67100 Open stove01.6731.67 Closed stove004.00 Village averages (n=48 villages)

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Correlation between charcoal & open stoves

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>50% >40% >30% >20% >10% >0% 0% Who grows jatropha?

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Awareness of jatropha reaches a peak in villages where at least 15% grow jatropha

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Awareness Grow Awareness of jatropha is highest in better- educated villages and in Sukuma villages Sukuma villages also grow more jatropha.

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Jatropha is grown most in villages with moderate rainfall, wealth, farm size and cotton production

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Widespread jatropha production does not increase household hunger Villages with low awareness of jatropha and slightly lower levels of jatropha production have lost the most vegetation over the past 10 yrs

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