Clean Cook Stoves - Ghana


CookClean manufactures efficient cookstoves to displace the resources wasteful and unhealthy traditional stoves which kill 13,400 people and subject 21 million to Household Air Pollution yearly in Ghana.

This method of cooking has a devastating effect on Ghanaian forests which have been reduced to 25% of its original size. Furthermore, CookClean manufactures sustainable biomass cooking fuels made of agricultural waste and sawdust in its own 2nd production facilities to complement the stove production.

CookClean has therefore enhanced the transition of cooking on open fire to using efficient cookstoves and also transitioned from the use of environmentally unsustainable firewood to sustainable biomass fuels.

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Sustainable Development Criteria  

Social Benefits

  • The project generates employment opportunities for local people.
  • The project leads to the development of approach roads, nearby markets, etc. This significantly improves the connectivity of the area to nearby locations, leading to an overall development of the region.

Economic Benefits

  • The project provides employment opportunities to local traders, labors, transporters. Thereby improving the living standards of local people.
  • The project creates business opportunities for local suppliers, manufacturers, contractors etc.

Environmental Benefits

  • The project is a run of the river hydel scheme and involves no storage of water. Therefore, there is no submergence of forest and cultivated lands.
  • The project is a step towards environmental sustainability by saving exploitation and depletion of a natural, finite and non-renewable resource like coal/gas.

Technological Benefits

  • The project uses efficient environmentally safe technology for power generation.
  • Industry

    EE households

  • Location

    Ghana, Africa

  • Certification

    United Nations

  • Impact