Mr Ewah Eleri, the Executive Director, International Centre for Energy, Environment and Development, says that over 90, 000 women and children die yearly from cooking smoke. Eleri made the statement in Abuja on Friday at a one-day Consultative Forum on Gender Issues in Renewable Energy Management Options. The forum, organised by the Federal Ministry
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