Uganda - Support for integrated national clean cooking strategy


This project responds to the request by Uganda’s Renewable Energy Department in the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development to support preliminary studies to develop Uganda’s integrated national clean cooking strategy, including quantifying the emission reduction potential (GHG and black carbon) of clean cooking solutions. The development of this overall integrated national clean cooking strategy and action plan will guide the Government and its partners on how to achieve the targeted 50% clean cooking access by 2025. 

Project reference: Uganda - Support for integrated national clean cooking strategy [UG-22-002]


This project will deliver by it's completion: 

  • Uganda’s government has a coordinated integrated National Clean Cooking strategy to achieve clean cooking targets with a clear process to measure and monitor the extent to which these interventions are meeting Uganda’s Third National Development Plan Target by 2025. 

What we're doing

This project will deliver at a minimum: 

  • An overall consolidation of the strategies currently being developed for biogas technology, LPG, electric cooking, ethanol, and other clean cooking technologies to provide targets on how all these clean technologies can achieve Uganda’s Third National Development Plan Target to increase share of clean energy used for cooking from the baseline 15% in 2018/19 to 50% by 2025. The Third National Development Plan includes an objective to “Promote uptake of alternative and efficient cooking technologies including rural areas (electric cooking, domestic and institutional biogas and LPG).” 
  • Provide clear targets for all clean cooking technologies such as electric pressure-cooking, LPG, ethanol, and clean and modern biomass on how they meet the 50% clean cooking target by 2025. 
  • An assessment of the adequacy of these government incentives for achieving these clean cooking target by 2025. 
  • Develop robust results, monitoring, evaluation and learning framework with SMART standard indicators for decision support. 

Who's involved

Lead Partner: A Coalition partner with an active role in coordinating, monitoring and guiding the work of an initiative.

Implementer: A Coalition partner or actor receiving Coalition funds to implement an activity or initiative.

Partners (2)

Partners (2)

Actors (1)

Actors (1)


Pollutants (SLCP)

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