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 Nabukenya Rose who owns two EUF improved cookstoves. Everyday, Rose cooks three meals for her four children and husband. Of the household monthly income of $100, she spends approximately $30 of it on the rising costs of charcoal.