Secondary Outcomes (end points)
1) Awareness of adverse health effects of solid fuels. In particular, whether cooking with traditional fuels causes (a) low birth weight, (b) pneumonia, (c) polio, (d) tuberculosis, (e) heart disease, (f) cataract, (g) diabetes, (h) anemia, and (i) lung cancer.
2) The use of solid fuels (yes/no) by the household in the month preceding the survey.
3) What type of fuel was used to prepare the most recent meal? How much time did it take to prepare this meal?
4) The hours per week spent by the household on fuel collection in the month preceding the survey.
5) The quantities and expenditure on firewood and dung cakes purchased in the month preceding the survey.
6) The hours spent by the primary cook in the day preceding the survey on (a) fuel collection and cooking, (b) leisure activities and (c) work outside the home.
7) Whether any household member reported having a cough, chest pain, eye irritation, breathing issues, or pneumonia in the month preceding the survey. Treatment cost in the last month on these diseases.
8) Whether any household member reported having any major morbidity such as asthma, tuberculosis, or lung cancer. Treatment cost in the last year on these diseases.
9) The decision-making abilities of the primary cook in the household on (a) what to cook on a daily basis? (b) whether to buy an expensive item? (c) what to do if she falls sick? (d) what to do if her child falls sick?
10) The psychosocial wellbeing of the primary cook while cooking. In particular, the intensity of their feelings of impatience, happiness, frustration, competency, contentment, and tiredness while preparing the last meal.