The Eco Stove project is a collaborative effort that brings together a variety of partners with different strengths and expertise. This collaboration is essential to the success of the project, as it ensures that the project is able to address the challenges of clean cooking in a comprehensive and sustainable way.
- United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF): UNCDF is an international development finance institution that helps countries reduce poverty through innovative finance.
- Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (GACC): GACC is a public-private partnership that works to accelerate the adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels.
- SMV: SMV is a social enterprise that manufactures and distributes clean cookstoves in Africa. countries.
Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU): PSFU is a non-profit organization that works to promote private sector development in Uganda.
Here are some of the specific activities that the Eco Stove partners are doing to promote clean cooking in Uganda:
- Providing funding for the development and distribution of clean cook
- Raising awareness of the benefits of clean cooking among businesses, organizations, and households.
- Providing technical assistance and training on the use and maintenance of clean cook
- Working to develop a supportive policy environment for clean cooking.
The Eco Stove project is making progress in reducing the use of polluting cookstoves in Uganda. However, there is still much work to be done. The project partners are committed to continuing their work until clean cooking is accessible to all households in Uganda.