KAMPALA, UGANDA – Impact Carbon conducted an extensive 100+ household kitchen survey in select parts of Kampala to determine household use of improved cookstoves. This monitoring survey gives us insight into important consumer behavior patterns, in particular how much charcoal is consumed to cook everyday meals and how much of monthly income is spent on cooking fuel.
Pictured: Noah Kirabo of Impact Carbon interviews Mama Brendah who cooks for four children and two adults at her home everyday throughout the year. Using one EUF improved cookstove she cooks three main meals for her family. On average she spends about 10% of her monthly income on cooking fuel.