Rubbish-fueled slum oven wins award

The winner of the 2012 FT/Citi Ingenuity Awards was a cooker that safely burns slum rubbish as fuel. Designed by the Community Cooker Foundation who hope to see it replicated across the world, it helps surmount a number of challenges facing slum-dwellers. In this video, the FT’s East Africa correspondent Katrina Manson visits Kenya’s flower-farm town of Naivasha to see one such ‘community cooker’ in action.

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