Household Energy

An IGAD Regional Programme

IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) is a regional development organisation in Eastern Africa.

Based in Djibouti, the seven member states include Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda and Djibouti. IGAD's mission is to assist its member states, pool resources and coordinate activities so that the region can interact and compete in both the East African and global economies.

This is the website of IGAD's Regional Household Energy Programme, a series of activities designed to collectively develop and implement effective strategies to address household energy problems in the IGAD region, with the involvement of the private sector.

Food Security and Environmental Protection is a priority area for IGAD, and it is within this area that it has received support from the European Union's 7th European Development Fund to implement the Household Energy Programme.

Project Number: 7.ACP.RPR.527

The IGAD Regional Household Energy Programme is one of nine sub regional action programmes (SRAP) supporting the UN Convention on Desertification

The IGAD Rural Household Energy Programme is partially funded by DG Development of the European Commission, under its 7th European Development Fund . The views expressed in this web site do not necessarily reflect the views of the Commission. Neither the European Commission, nor any person acting on its behalf:
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