Energy Justice Programme

Ghana Federation of the Urban Poor and People’s Dialogue on Human Settlements intend to market and supply more than two thousand (2,000) improved cook stoves to over two thousand (2,000) households in urban communities in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area. The project is also intended to benefit more than one hundred (100) fish smokers with the supply of improved fish smoker ovens.

As part of the project roll out between now and the first quarter of 2019, a baseline was undertaken in six (6) different communities; Chokor, Shukura, Madina Zongo, Ashaiman, Agbogbloshie, and James town. More than two thousand eight hundred (2,800) households were involved in the baseline survey.

In the baseline survey, the most widely used improved cook stove is the LPG with about fifty percent (50%) of households interviewed using LPG. In the case of traditional / unimproved stoves, ninety percent (90%) of respondents indicated coal pot (charcoal type) as the stove they use.

You can download the baseline survey report.

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