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Kenya Ceramic Jiko

Hugh Allen

Kenya Ceramic Jiko

a manual for stovemakers.

by Hugh Allen

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Published by Intermediate Technology Publications in association with Appropriate Technology International and Care in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsAppropriate Technology International., CARE.
The Physical Object
Paginationix,99p.
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22317275M
ISBN 101853390836

There has been a combination of local input and international agency involvement, along with many others, who participated in developing The Kenya Ceramic Jiko (KCJ). The stove is a portable improved charcoal burning stove consisting of an hour-glass shaped metal cladding with an interior ceramic liner that is perforated to permit the ash to.   Many people have been involved in the design, development and improvement of the original Kenya Ceramic Jiko (KCJ) and we thank all energy-efficient stove-making artisans for the promotion of this.

  The parent company - Cookswell, Farasi Lane, Lower Kabete, Nairobi, Kenya - have a website HERE and on the Kenyan Ceramic Jiko (KCJ) stove they have this to say, The very first energy saving jiko design by Dr. Maxwell Kinyanjui, the “KCJ” is .   The Kenya Ceramic Jiko was designed through efforts of local and international agencies and many concerned people. 0 0. lamanna. Lv 4. 4 years ago. Jiko Stoves. Source(s): 0 0. Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now. Ask Question + Join Yahoo Answers and get points today.

  No. of upesi jiko installed in all 60 villages, Nyanza Province, Kenya, July, –December, a. a Upesi jiko are ceramic-lined cookstoves that are produced locally. Sales dates were not available for 9 transactions. The Kenya ceramic Jiko has improved their lot in important ways. Many have invested the savings from reduced fuel purchases in small businesses or school fees for their children. Currently more than half of all urban households in Kenya own the ceramic Jiko, .


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Description. The Kenya Ceramic Jiko, known as KCJ, is a stove which uses charcoal as fuel. It has as an hourglass shape, and it is made from a metal exterior, with a ceramic internal liner.

The ceramic liner has holes in its base, which allows ash to fall through and be collected in the box located at the bottom of the stove. The depth of the most universally used types of the KCJ range from. The Kenya Ceramic Jiko Paperback – November 1, by Hugh Allen (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $Cited by: 3. The Kenya Ceramic Jiko book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The jiko, a charcoal-burning stove consisting of a ceramic liner fi 3/5(1).

The jiko, a charcoal-burning stove consisting of a ceramic liner fitted inside a metal case, burns 25 to 40 per cent less charcoal than the traditional stoves on which its design was based. This book provides guidance on its production and promotion. The jiko, a charcoal-burning stove consisting of a ceramic liner fitted inside a metal case, burns 25 to 40 percent less charcoal than the traditional stoves on which its design was based.

This book provides guidance on its production and promotion. Reviews of the The Kenya Ceramic Jiko. The Kenya ceramic jiko is a charcoal-burning stove consisting of a ceramic liner fitted inside a metal case.

This book provides guidance on methods of both producing and promoting the stove, the success of which is demonstrated by its acceptance in Africa in recent years. It describes the methods of production, and discusses the questions of product quality and creative means to bring about the.

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Jiko Kisasa - Kuni mbili. Name: Kuni mbili (Kenya) Type: Portable, metal cladded liner. Fuel: Fuel wood. Users: Urban, rural and peri-urban households.

General description. Ceramic liner which is metal clad with the following properties: • one pothole • single fuel feed door • accommodates different pot sizes. Burn Manufacturing is the maker of fuel-efficient, clean-burning cook stoves that integrate advanced technology and user-centric design with low-cost, locally-based manufacturing.

Burn Manufacturing is the only clean cook stove company delivering sustainable, market-based cooking solutions to low-moderate income households in Africa and beyond. How to make the Kenyan ceramic jiko Unknown Binding – January 1, by Maxwell Kinyanjui (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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The charcoal jiko has long been a staple for nearly every household in Kenya. They are a cheap and reliable way of cooking, heating water, etc. Furthermore, they are very efficient, letting very little heat escape. In addition to this, they are typically strong and can endure over time.

About the Charcoal Jiko. How to make a Kenya Ceramic Jiko (A short cookstove training film for existing manufacturers) - Duration: Cookswell Jikos Recommended for you. The Ceramic Jiko Stove In Kenya, 80% of urban and 10% of rural families use the traditional metal "jiko" charcoal stove for cooking.

The remaining rural households use firewood on a three-stone fireplace. Wood is the main energy source for cooking, light, and heat in. Featured Themes Featured Solutions Additional funding is provided by Procter & Gamble, Deutsche Bank, Smithsonian Fund, the Albert Kunstadter Family Foundation, and Smithsonian Institution’s Research Opportunity Fund.

This exhibition is presented at the United Nations in the context of the United Nations Academic Impact initiative and UN-HABITAT. Maisha Rahisi – Shop for this Cooking Charcoal Jiko ceramic medium on Kenya’s largest online store.

For All your Quality Assured Trusted Brands. Send goods upcountry, Affordably Conveniently. ORDER NOW for the Cooking Charcoal Jiko ceramic medium at COPIA KENYA and enjoy free delivery to Mashinani or City Outskirts in two to four days.

The centre has also trained local artisans to produce the Kenya Ceramic Jiko (KCJ) so as to increase local production capacity," said a recent World Bank report titled Turkana County Cookstove.

Kenyan Domestic Ceramic Jiko Stove, also known as Kimathi Jiko, is a lightweight, portable, charcoal-burning stove with a ceramic inner lining and metal cladding catered to standard cooking methods in Kenya.

Get the best deals on Home Jiko ads in Kenya. We have 59 Home Jiko ads under For Sale category. Domestic ceramic jiko: rural and urban low-income families.

Institutional ceramic jiko: hospitals, schools, prisons, and any institutions that use fuelwood or charcoal as their main energy source. Cost and availability The trade name of the new domestic jiko is Kimathi Jiko, and it sells for 55 to 75 Kenyan shillings, or Can $2 to $3.

The ceramic liner is set into the metal cladding with cement-vermiculite mixture. Kenya Ceramic Jiko (KCJ) Today, the stove is produced and disseminated through fully commercial markets (without external support), by microenterprises, artisans, private outlets, and hardware shops.

Cookstoves Impact Lives In Kenya. BURN SellsStoves IMPACTING MILLION LIVES Nairobi, Kenya: BURN Manufacturing, a cookstove company located just outside Nairobi, has helped over M people in Kenya save roughly 6 billion Kenyan Shillings by using its clean-burning stoves – t.

It’s the same mortar that’s used to bed the ceramic liner into the top part of the stove. Reflecting available materials, the mixture is lime:china clay:cement in Rwanda and wood ash:cement:sand in the Sudan (source, ‘The Kenya Ceramic Jiko - a manual for stovemakers’ by Hugh Allen - Intermediate Technology Publications, ).

The jiko, a charcoal-burning stove consisting of a ceramic liner fitted inside a metal case, burns 25 to 40 per cent less charcoal than the traditional stoves on which its design was based. This book provides guidance on its production and : Hugh Allen.