Joint Energy Environment Projects (JEEP)
JEEP is a NGO founded in 1983 working for a green Uganda with an environmentally safe and clean habitat for the present and future generations. Biomass accounts for 93% of the entire energy used, our mission is to combat environmental destruction and conserve natural resources. We have training and awareness seminars on conservation. JEEP uses a grassroots, practical approach and reaches out primarily to rural farmers. JEEP builds energy saving stoves for institutions and installs solar energy.
Adoption / Behavior Change, Capacity Building, Climate/Environment, Gender / Womens Empowerment, Humanitarian/Emergency Response, Livelihoods, Research, Marketing
Other Organizational Expertise
We have created Awareness on kitchen energy management to 16,000 people in 13 Districts, and we have trained close to 16,000 people in construction of energy wood saving mud stoves in 15 districts. JEEP has built 49 institutional stoves in schools, hospitals, Prisons, Universities, and other institutions.
Technologies & Fuels
Biomass (Ag. Residue, Processed Biomass, etc.), Charcoal, Pellets / Briquettes, Solar
Clean Cooking Activities
JEEP trains and teaches people in the villages to make efficient stoves and sell solar lamps in Uganda.
We have started to reach as many people as possible through the JEEP Store, a social enterprise that will sell solar lanterns, cookstoves, and water filters to the communities we operate in.
We know how to build rocket stoves, build institutional stoves, work with partners like CREEC and WWF- Uganda. We are Ugandan and work in the local community.
Regions Operating In
Country Based In
Kyanja, Gayaza Road
P.O. Box 4264
Primary Point of Contact
Name: Mrs. Ruth Kiwanuka
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