Lifeline's Institutional Stove Program in post-conflict Northern Uganda

Posted by: SAFE Administrator

Modified date: 11/06/2017

Lifeline's Institutional Stove Program in post-conflict Northern Uganda


Technology field of reference: Cooking

Relevant sectors: Nutrition, Food Security, Health, Environment, Early Recovery & Livelihoods

Population type: Other

Category of funders: Not Available

Project Description

This project provided institutional fuel saving stoves to primary and secondary schools. Since 2009, Lifeline has produced, sold and/or installed locally produced clay-firewood stoves to reduce firewood consumption in addition to improving the air quality for cooks in schools. The primary objective of the project is to provide a sustainable cooking alternative to institutions enabling them to reduce their fuel consumption, decrease the levels of air pollution, and reduce their expenses on fuel by up to 50%.The location of the project was in Northern Uganda.


Unnamed Road, Uganda

Starting and ending date

From 11/06/2017 to 11/06/2017

Number of beneficiaries reached through energy related activites or interventions

100 primary and secondary schools in Northern Uganda

Cost of energy technology and/or fuel


Names of implementing partners

International Lifeline Fund (ILF)

Funding sources