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The private sector and the government of Uganda seek to transition households to cleaner and more efficient stoves and fuels to improve health and reduce environmental impacts, in part through the application of best practice principles from standards and labeling (S&L) programs, including:
The specific S&L components, such as scope, metrics, and label types, that will be most beneficial to the market are based on the policy environment, market actors, technology landscape, and consumers.
Based on assessments of the Ugandan market, experiences from Ugandan standards for appliances, and input from Ugandan stakeholders in September 2015, this document provides seven key recommendations that will create immediate impacts or provide important foundations for long-term program success.
Standards and Labelling Best Practice - Application in cookstoves certification programmes
Presentation given by Nicole Kearney CLASP on April 19, 2017 in Kampala, Uganda.