Inspectie Ontwikkelingssamenwerking en Beleidsevaluatie

Impact evaluation of improved cooking stoves in Burkina Faso: The impact of two activities supported by the Promoting Renewable Energy Programme

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Over 500 million households worldwide rely on
biomass for daily cooking. Wood energy is also
used for small industrial processes. Fuel efficient
cooking stoves are seen as low-cost solution to
help reduce greenhouse gases, improve indoor
air quality, relieve the daily workload of women
and to reduce expenditure on energy.

IOB evaluated the impact of improved cooking
stoves (ICS) for domestic use and artisanal beer
brewing in two cities in Burkina Faso. In this
context, the impact of ICS on the workload of
women or health was found to be negligible, but
users spend less on energy and a vast volume of
fuel wood is saved each year.


Zie ook de beleidsdoorlichting: 'Met hernieuwde energie – Beleidsdoorlichting van de Nederlandse bijdrage aan hernieuwbare energie en ontwikkeling (2004-2014)'.


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