The Uganda National Alliance on Clean Cooking (UNACC) was formed in 2013 as a membership based association to; unite important stakeholders of the Ugandan clean cooking sector in one alliance, support and steer efforts towards reduction of demand on biomass energy resources, and provide a joint coordination framework for the private and public actors in the Ugandan clean cooking sector
Currently, membership comprises private companies, associations as well as individuals. In addition, UNACC partners with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (MEMD), development and aid organizations, and NGOs.
In Uganda, 94% of rural households cook over an open fire; in urban areas they cook on inefficient charcoal stoves leading to deforestation and climate change.
wood fuels (wood and charcoal) are still used as main sources of energy for cooking by the majority of households (95%)- Uganda National Household Survey, Uganda Bureau of StatisticsLearn More
UNACC formed in 2013 as a membership based association to support efforts towards reduction of demand on biomass energy & as a joint coordination framework for the private and public actors.Learn More
UNACC's aims are to address the coordination and promotional roles and to support the development and implementation of national policies and regulations, and to collect and distribute data and information to all
clean cooking sector players.
UNACC partners with government, development and aid organizations, and NGOs, Cookstove and Fuel Manufactures and Individuals in her activity implementation in Uganda’s clean cooking sectorLearn More
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