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Katene Clean Cookstoves

Improving livelihoods and fighting desertification in Mali

Mali
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Over half of Mali is covered by the Sahara Desert, and its sparse forests are threatened by further desertification, bushfires and land clearing for farming and firewood – up to 90 percent of Mali’s energy is sourced from burning wood and charcoal. Traditional cooking methods use open-fire indoor stoves that emit toxic pollutants, harming household health.

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Mali
Typ
Clean Cookstoves
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Sustainable Development Goals

No Poverty

66 USD household savings

on average annually through use of the more efficient Sewa stoves, freeing up more income for other essentials

Good Health and Well-Being

2,372,450+ people

enjoy a cleaner kitchen environment and improved health

Decent work and economic growth

412+ jobs

created in cookstove creation and distribution, boosting local economies in Mali

Sustainable communities and cities

208,100+ stoves

distributed, providing energy efficient cooking technology for Malian communities

Climate Action

69,000 tonnes of CO2e

mitigated on average annually, through reduced fuel requirements and avoided deforestation

Life on land

2,400+ m2 of trees

planted as a result of project initiatives  

The Solution

The Katene Clean Cookstoves project expands entrepreneurial company Katene Kadji’s operations beyond Mali’s capital of Bamako, distributing fuel-efficient charcoal cookstoves in major towns and market centres. The more efficient ‘Sewa’ cookstoves require less fuel for cooking, and greatly reduce the amount of indoor smoke pollution.

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The Impact

The project reduces Mali’s wood and charcoal consumption while offering families financial relief from rising fuel costs. Women and children are freed from time-consuming cooking processes, and public health is improved through minimised exposure to pollutants from traditional open-fire cooking. The national expansion of Katene Kadji also promotes local employment – the project directly employs 10 new artisans, as well as indirectly creating hundreds of new jobs for external artisans, dealers, retailers and distributors. The project also coordinates guided tours to raise environmental and climate awareness, and has so far planted over 2,400 m2 of trees.

Project ID: 301084

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