5.4.4 Air Quality in Kampala

Course subject(s) Module 5 – Energy & Air 2: Citizens Co-Creating Cleaner Air

Cooking in Kampala’s Slums

As you know, charcoal is the main source of energy for many people living in Kampala’s slum areas. In the next video, we invite you to join an interview with madam Betty. She lives in one of these areas and relies on charcoal to cook her food. Betty will talk about how the smoke affects her, why she keeps cooking in this way, and what she thinks about so called ‘improved cooking stoves’.

Cooking in Kampala's Slums

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