Technologies and Practices to Displace Decentralized Thermal Energy Consumption (11/04/2011)
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7 Years Renewable
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Stoves for Life: Energy Efficient Cook Stoves Project in Kakamega, Kenya(ID: 103000000002159)
The project involves introducing locally made, fuel efficient Upesi cooking stoves to around 90,000 households in forest adjacent communities around Kakamega Forest in Western Kenya over the next 7 years. The Kakamega Environmental Education Programme (KEEP) and Eco2librium will work with local women’s groups to build their capacity to make the stoves. KEEP and Eco2librium will also assist stove making groups to market, distribute, and install the stoves in households which includes training of women in homes in their use and care.