This post has been a long time coming. Actually it's about three years later than I was originally expecting. But hey, better late than never, right?
I figure that this series of posts might be helpful to someone who decides to do a similar project or is interested in working with the Inkawasi stove design, so that's why, years later, I'm following up on the Anatomy of a Project series with this final post. I never quite got to some of the topics I wanted to, like Community Workshops, Budget and Funding, and Designing for Sustainability, but I do think there's enough information here to be helpful.
This video was produced by me in 2012 during the stove project, and chronicles step by step how to build the Inkawasi stove structure. It is in Spanish, but I'll work on putting some English captions on there. Enjoy!
(Vol. 5.5) - The Stove Itself***
(Vol. 6) – Community Workshops
(Vol. 7) – The Budget and Funding
(Vol. 8) – Designing for Sustainability