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Clean Cooking innovation pilot in Refugee Settlement

IATI Identifier: NL-KVK-41158230-UGA010N

Published on IATI
  • date_range Jan 01, 2021 - Dec 31, 2021
  • autorenew Implementation (Status)

Summary The project will promote solar powered energy efficient stoves in Kyangwali Refugee Settlement through improving accessibility for refugees to quality and affordable clean energy solutions & maintenance. Given the scarcity of natural resources in Kyangwali, there is huge demand for affordable and accessible energy solutions for refugee and host populations. Most refugee and host community households in Kyangwali cook on inefficient cookstoves due to a lack of alternatives. This problem of poor energy access is one which disproportionately impacts women and children as they tend to spend the most time exposed to indoor air pollutants. The burden of gathering fuel also falls on them. In Kyangwali, children alone spend 2 hours/day collecting fuel. Female refugees are often exposed to gender-based violence (GBV) on these paths to collect fuel. CARE’s gender approach and use of community dialogues will ensure the challenges faced by women around this issue are identified and addressed. Two complementary programmes will be developed with an integrated gender approach. Firstly, the User Referral Bonus Model. African Clean Energy will make their improved cookstove & clean energy system, the ACE One, affordable to refugees in Kyangwali by selling it on a User Referral Bonus (URB) model whereby participating refugee and host community members will be able to reduce the monthly instalments on which they purchase the product by recommending it to a friend. Secondly Briquetting Business. Under this programme, the Kabarole Research Centre will pass their knowledge of clean, biomass briquette production onto local farming cooperatives/ Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLAs) to empower them to set up their own briquetting businesses. Each business will be equipped with the tools to produce affordable briquettes for sale amongst the target population.

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Sectors:
  • Energy generation, renewable sources - multiple technologies

Participating Organisations

Stichting Beheer Subsidiegelden DRA International NGO Funding
CARE Nederland International NGO Accountable
CARE Nederland International NGO Implementing

Transaction

Transaction Value Provider
Receiver
Type Date
14,585 EUR Provider N/A CARE Uganda - IU Vendor Commitment
date_range Dec 23, 2021
18,854 EUR Provider N/A CARE Uganda - IU Vendor Commitment
date_range Dec 23, 2021
153,640 EUR Provider N/A CARE Uganda - IU Vendor Disbursement
date_range Feb 21, 2021
116,429 EUR Provider N/A CARE Uganda - IU Vendor Disbursement
date_range Feb 21, 2021
177,490 EUR Provider N/A African Clean Energy B.V. Disbursement
date_range Feb 14, 2021
161,727 EUR Provider N/A CARE Uganda - IU Vendor Commitment
date_range Feb 10, 2021
122,558 EUR Provider N/A CARE Uganda - IU Vendor Commitment
date_range Feb 10, 2021
186,831 EUR Provider N/A African Clean Energy B.V. Commitment
date_range Feb 03, 2021
461,105 EUR Ministry of Foreign Affairs- Netherlands Receiver N/A Incoming Funds
date_range Jan 18, 2021
485,374 EUR Ministry of Foreign Affairs- Netherlands Receiver N/A
date_range Jan 12, 2021

Budget

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access_time Updated on Jan 31, 2022 14:46:58
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