Subject: household air pollution; focus groups; biomass; Nepal | biomass | R | focus groups | Nepal | Medicine | household air pollution | Institut für Medizinische Informationsverarbeitung, Biometrie und Epidemiologie | Article
Household air pollution is a major cause of ill health, but few solutions have been effective to date. While many quantitative studies have been conducted, few have explored the lived experiences and perceptions of women who do the cooking, and as a result are those mos... View more
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