DelAgua – Project Rwanda

DelAgua – Project Rwanda

Project Description:

The program will distribute high efficiency cook stoves and/or point of use water filters in East Africa, staring in Rwanda. Both technologies reduce the use of biomass on the baseline stoves, which are predominantly three-stone fires.

The technologies will be directly distributed to households, targeting those classified as ‘those in extreme poor’ and ‘the very poor’. Distribution will be conducted in collaboration with the Ministry Of Health, utilising the structure of Community Health Workers.

Sustainable Development:

  • Reduce water borne diseases
  • Reduce smoke inhalation
  • Increase productivity
  • New employment opportunities
  • Improve health education
  • Technology transfer and self-reliance

Project Info:

Operational – Operational since 2014 (Registered CDM, GS labelled)

Registered – 2013

POA Duration – 02 Aug 12 – 01 Aug 40

Renewal Period – 21 Nov 13 – 20 Nov 20 – Happy to discuss renewal.

Issuance – RFI for 4th monitoring period 428,020 CERs

Incomplete issuance 15-16 and 16-17

Data – Collecting data for 5th monitoring period. Data collected for previous 4.

Impact assessments – Reduced diarrhoea in children under 5 by 46%, reduced cookstove emission exposure in children by 27%, reduced household air pollution for families cooking outside by 73%. Assessments conducted by London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

  • Sole authority of CERs
  • Complies with health and safety requirements
  • Open to due diligence and collection of marketing materials. Govt approval needed to collect marketing materials – something they can assist with.
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  • YouTube channel with project videos –