KARIFOYA - Evaluation of an improved stoves promotion project in the shea sector in Burkina Faso
Evaluate the degree of adoption and effectiveness of improved stove production techniques promoted by the partner to 3,900 women in Burkina Faso between 2016 and 2018
- Analyze the results of the training provided by the partner in terms of dissemination capacity (replication of the techniques promoted, construction, use...) and improvement of the economic and health conditions of the users (economic gains, time savings, suppression of smoke, etc.)
- The efficiency of the improved stoves built by the beneficiaries will also be analyzed in terms of their durability and their energy performance (wood consumption, cooking time, etc.).
The study will enable the partner to capitalize on its training project for the benefit of the shea sector in Burkina Faso and 3,900 Burkinabe women
At the end of the service, the final report will allow the partner to have a complete study to understand the success factors of its program, to evaluate its main results and the impacts of the project on the shea sector.
A1. Establishment of a reference scenario which will analyze the actions implemented by the partner within the framework of its program in order to clearly identify success factors and possible obstacles. It will be established on the basis of literature and initial exchanges with the beneficiaries
A2. Creation of survey questionnaires and test criteria: the forms will be defined according to the data to be collected, the situation analysis and the exchanges with the beneficiaries
A3. Realization of field surveys: data will be collected on a representative sample of nearly 200 women, divided equally into three intervention zones: Diebougou / Dano, Leo and Orodara
A4. Realization of energy tests: energy performance tests will be carried out on control sample stoves, within a subsample
A5. Data Processing and analysis for final report formulation
Design & Mechanical Engineer, specialised in "Energy and industrial technician in mechanical production" from the Ecole Polytechnique of Abomey Calavi (EPAC) in Benin, he brings his expertise in renewable energy including biomass energy recovery and industrial processSee more
Graduated as Design Engineer in Agricultural Extension at the University Nazi Boni Bobo Dioulasso-Burkina Faso, she brings her expertise in supporting producers in the adoption of innovative technologies. In particular the support and the accompaniment of the actors of the sector in the marketing of shea on the national and international level
Having graduated from the Engineering School INSA of Lyon as an Engineer in Energy & Environment, option "Thermal systems engineering", Section "Top-level sport", he brings his expertise in renewable thermal systems implementation and analysis, in the food processing industry (shea and cashew), waste recycling and training of local expertsSee more
Engineer in international agro-development from ISTOM, he has high-level expertise recognized by both the public and the private sector, in the shea sector: producers’ organizations, production, processing, marketing and on reducing environmental impacts of processingSee more
Process engineer and holder of a European MsC in Renewable energies, she works on energy-related issues in African industry, since 2016. Process optimization and agri-waste-to-energy systems are her main expertise areas: appropriate technologies, training on operation and maintenance, biofuels…See more