New Report on Pellet Project in Kigeme Camp - Cooking - ENERGYCoP
Lack of access to improved stoves and cooking fuels poses serious risks to displaced people, including respiratory disease from cooking smoke, malnutrition due to undercooking or meal skipping, increased poverty from fuel expenses, exposure to physical and gender-based violence during firewood collection. Reliance on biomass fuel has also resulted in widespread deforestation and CO2 emissions.
This community group addresses access to safer and cleaner cooking fuels and technologies in humanitarian settings, including technical innovations, distribution approaches, social impacts and more. Read more »