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Economic Benefits of Stabilized Soil Block Technology in Sudan
Construction of housing and public infrastructure needs to be of greater quality than what was previously used. Past practices of large-scale use of firewood to make burned bricks for construction of housing have resulted in massive deforestation of the country. Such destruction has given rise to the realization that alternative building methods are needed.
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