This brief provides findings of adoption and sustained use of new cooking energy systems in Rwanda, collected by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) during an impact evaluation of Inyenyeri, a Rwandan Social Benefit Company. Baseline data were collected in collaboration with Access Project, Rwanda. The Inyenyeri model involves the coupling of sustainably produced biomass pellets with the cleanest biomass burning improved cookstove on the market.
Impact Evaluation of Inyenyeri Rwanda: Adoption
Focus Areas: Household Air Pollution
Related Project: Translating Research into Action (TRAction)
Content Type: Briefs
Author(s): University of North Caroline at Chapel Hill
Published: April 2016
File Type: PDF (432.51 KB)