Creating More Sustainable Energy Practices the SAFE Way

Refugee Resilience

Creating More Sustainable Energy Practices the SAFE Way

Over 1.3 million refugees have fled to Uganda since 2016 because of renewed fighting, food scarcity and economic deprivation throughout South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The massive population influx has resulted in devastating environmental consequences. Learn how Lifeline is working to improve livelihoods of these communities through its SAFE pilot project by reducing fuel costs and creating opportunities for local employment, developing community assets that can be leveraged for long-term economic growth, nurturing markets for affordable energy-efficient household stove technologies and much more.