The Kenya Ceramic Jiko

This book describes methods of production and discusses questions of product quality.

Author: Hugh Allen

Publisher: Intermediate Technology

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 118

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Modelled on the Kenyan traditional stove, the Kenyan ceramic jiko burns 25 to 40 per cent less charcoal compared to traditional metal stoves and has been introduced successfully into many parts of Africa. This book describes methods of production and discusses questions of product quality.



Improving Efficiency in Forestry Operations and Forest Product Processing in Kenya

Some of the common technologies introduced in Kenya are outlined in Table 30 and include: ◾ Envirofit wood stoves, ... Has an insulating ceramic chamber that is mudded in allowing for better airflow around fuel; ◾ Jiko Upesi: a ...

Author: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Publisher: United Nations

ISBN: 9210602293

Category: Political Science

Page: 74

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This report seeks to assess whether increased efficiency in forestry operations and forest product processing and utilization constitute viable policies and measures to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) for the Government of Kenya, with the potential to attract public and/ or private investments to enable REDD+ implementation. In particular, the report focuses on the extent to which efficiency improvements in commercial logging, sawmills, charcoal production, use of charcoal and firewood in cooking stove technology, and wood usage in industrial processes can address supply deficiency in the forest sector, reduce pressures on forests, and ultimately reduce or eliminate net forest carbon emissions.

Technology Humans and Society

16.2.4 KENYA CERAMIC JIKO CASE STUDY: SUMMARY The Kenya Ceramic Stove, or Jileo (KCJ), is a charcoal-burning stove that is roughly 30% efficient, and if used properly can save 20 to 50% in fuel consumption over simple "unimproved" ...

Author: Richard C. Dorf

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0122210905

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 500

View: 385

The book is written for the reader who wishes to address the issues of sustainability with consideration of the environmental, social, and economic issues.It addresses a broad array of matters and provide a framework that could lead to a sustainable world.


Development Challenges South South Solutions June 2009 Issue

Its most popular success to date has been the Kenya Ceramic Jiko (jiko is Swahili for cooker), or KCJ, a cheap, simple and effective stove. The company was set up in 1992, but has been involved in international aid-funded research and ...

Author: David South, Writer

Publisher: DSConsulting

ISBN:

Category:

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Development Challenges, South-South Solutions is the monthly e-newsletter of the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation in UNDP (www.southerninnovator.org). It has been published every month since 2006. Its sister publication, Southern Innovator magazine, has been published since 2011.

Agroforestry Extension Manual for Kenya

It has been estimated that the Kenya ceramic jiko reduces charcoal consumption by 30-50 % and that the cost of the stove is completely recovered within a few months. No wonder that this model of stove has become popular: it has been ...

Author: Bo Tengnäs

Publisher: World Agroforestry Centre

ISBN: 9290591161

Category: Agricultural extension work

Page: 177

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The Informal Economy in Developing Nations

Case: Kenyan Ceramic Jiko – Open-Source Design In 1982, Dr. Maxwell Kinyanjui, working for Kenya's Ministry of Energy, set out to change how Kenyans cooked food. Traditional stoves used too much wood and polluted indoor air.

Author: Erika Kraemer-Mbula

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107157544

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 386

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This pioneering study offers a conceptual model and rich empirical evidence to help researchers and policy-makers understand informal innovation in developing countries.

A Global Strategy for Housing in the Third Millennium

One of the most interesting examples is the Kenya Ceramic Jiko, a charcoal-burning stove aimed at the urban market in Kenya, where charcoal prices have been increasing rapidly, but alternative fuels are unavailable.

Author: W.A. Allen

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 113582777X

Category: Architecture

Page: 208

View: 667

This book outlines the emerging determinants, in a global context, for the provision of housing for the growing, shifting and changing populations. In doing so the reader will be encouraged to forsee the complementary evolution in the planning, design and construction of housing in the developed and developing world.