Introducing fuel saving stove to combat environmental degradation and climate change in the Gumara-Maksegnit Watershed
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The study presented here is a result of collaborative efforts among researchers in the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) and Gondar Agricultural Research Center (GARC). We gratefully acknowledge the financial contributions made by the Water, Land and Ecosystem (WLE) CRP and Austrian Development Agency (ADA) through which this research was made possible. Special appreciation also goes to Dr. Debra Turner and Mesfin Fenta who played essential roles in coordinating and overseeing the start-up of the project. We also thank the different managers of the bigger Integrated Gumera-Maksegnit Watershed Management project including Drs. Wondimu Bayu, Feras Ziadat, and Claudio Zucca, as well as Mr. Fekremariam Asargew for their relentless support and collaboration to ensure effective implementation of the project and its integration with the greater Watershed Project.