This project will introduce energy efficient cook stoves into the Msambweni area that will reduce fuel use and associated greenhouse gas emissions by end users. Other benefits will include contributions to local sustainable development issues such as deforestation and illnesses caused by smoke inhalation. This is in line with the stated aims of the GS. Msambweni consists of rural communities that are largely overpopulated, with most of its people suffering from unemployment, poor health and poverty. This project will distribute approximately 20,000 improved stoves to households in thetargeted area, which will reduce demand for firewood - as well as reduce indoor air pollution. The project will employ a CZK built from local pre- fabricated components. The stove will be developed as part of the initial stakeholder consultation, based around an existing design used by the proponent in other ICS projects.