Inter Aid South Sudan
To empower the disadvantaged communities for sustainable development and to contribute to the protection of human rights of the disadvantaged communities, and improve their social & economic well-being. Our Thematic areas are: Reducing Food Loss and Waste, Food Security, Public Health, education, and Climate action.
Adoption / Behavior Change, Capacity Building, Climate/Environment, Finance / Investment, Gender / Women's Empowerment, Health, Humanitarian/Emergency Response, Lab or Field Testing, Livelihoods, Policy Development, Research, Technology and Fuel R&D
Technologies & Fuels
Biogas, Biomass (Ag. Residue, Processed Biomass, etc.), Crop residues, Electricity, Natural Gas / Methane, Solar, Wood
Clean Cooking Activities
In our developing countries, solid fuels like wood and coal are often used in traditional stoves for cooking. The use of such polluting fuels and technologies results in household air pollution, causing respiratory illnesses, heart problems, and even death. In fact, indoor air pollution causes more than 4 million premature deaths every year—50 percent of which are children under the age of 5. Women and children are disproportionately affected by household air pollution, due to levels of exposure and because they often spend a significant part of their day collecting the fuel—firewood for instance—needed to cook a meal. Residential solid fuel burning accounts for up to 58 percent of global black carbon emissions and a spread of carbon dioxide per year—approximately 2 percent of global emissions which also contribute a lot to climate change. Improving access to clean cooking fuel and technologies has continued to improve severe health, gender, economic, environmental, and climate impacts.
Even though Africa still prefers the use of unclean energy for being cheaper and the most affordable to them, it is also further continued to be loved out of ignorance because many people are unaware of the danger associated with using those unclean energies in cooking and we intend to create a lot of awareness in term of the health implications and it impacts on climate change and we expect clean cooking alliance and its stakeholders like the business partners to support us in these campaign since it will lead to improving health care, climate change and increase market clean cooking alliance, manufacturing partners.
Regions Operating In
Country Based In
Munuki Block A
Next To the Playground.
Juba, Central Equatoria State 431 c/o NCA.
Primary Point of Contact
Name: Mr. Ociti Johnson Gabriel
Title: Executive Director
Secondary Point of Contact
Name: Mr. Ngongi Peter
Title: Head of Programs
Phone: +211923005419Request an Edit to This Profile