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      Countless number of women in Nigeria suffer from the negative effect of over exposure to carbon emission from cooking stoves fuelled by kerosene, firewood and coal while some may have lost family members due to gas explosions. The World Health Organisation, (WHO) estimates that cooking in an open fire releases harmful toxins (especially particulate ...
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      Countless number of women in Nigeria, Africa especially in rural communities suffer from the negative effect of over exposure to carbon emission from cooking stoves fuelled by kerosene, firewood and coal while some may have lost family members due to gas explosions.  The World Health Organisation, (WHO) estimates that cooking in an open fire ...
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    Green Village Electricity (GVE) mini-grid Project in Bisanti Village, Niger State   World leaders are committed to curbing global warming by driving down greenhouse gas emissions, as climate projects won record financing from the world’s big development banks last year, with funds committed up by 60 per cent since the 2015 Paris climate accord, a ...