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2020 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC)
This paper presents the findings from a study which used household surveys and expert interviews to investigate cooking practices and understand the barriers and opportunities to the growth of the modern cooking sector in Malawi. The findings from expert interviews highlight barriers to electric and LPG cooking around the weakness of existing infrastructure, lack of consumer willingness and ability to pay and resistance to the adoption of modern cooking devices. The greatest opportunity fordoi:10.1109/ghtc46280.2020.9342930 fatcat:2ev3n3jqlfb2dmpn2qehagze4m