Bangladesh – Lessons from Household Energy and Sanitation Programs

Improved Cookstoves and Better Health in Bangladesh: Lessons from Household Energy and Sanitation Programs, 2010.

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International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank.

CONTENTS

Executive Summary

  • Study Objectives and Approach
  • Health Impacts of Indoor Air Pollution
  • Experiences from the Household Energy Sector in Bangladesh
  • Experiences from International Improved Cookstove Programs
  • Experiences from the National Sanitation Program
  • Way Forward
  • Conclusions

Indoor Air Pollution in Bangladesh

  • Health Impacts of Indoor Air Pollution
  • Health Impacts for Bangladesh
  • Health and Indoor Air Pollution: Unanswered Questions
  • Bangladesh Scenario
  • Clean Energy Initiatives in Bangladesh
  • Objectives of this Review
  • Structure of the Report

Review Methodology

  • Detailed Review
  • Conclusions

Household Energy Initiatives in Bangladesh

  • BCSIR: Improved Cookstove Program, Phase II
  • GTZ: Sustainable Energy for Development Program: Improved Cookstoves Component
  • USAID: Reduction of Exposure to Indoor Air Pollution through Household Energy and Behavioral Improvements
  • BCSIR/LGED: Biogas Program
  • IDCOL/SNV: National Domestic Biogas and Manure Program
  • IDCOL: Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Development Program
  • Conclusions 37

Lessons from Household Energy Initiatives in Bangladesh

  • Institutional Arrangements
  • Awareness and Motivation
  • Development and Promotion of Technologies
  • Financial Aspects
  • Conclusions

Review of International Cookstove Programs

  • Brief Overview of International Improved Cookstove Programs
  • Lessons Learnt from International Improved Cookstove Programs
  • Conclusions

Lessons from Sanitation Initiatives in Bangladesh

  • Bangladesh’s Total Sanitation Campaign
  • Comparison of Sanitation Programs in Bangladesh
  • Institutional Arrangements
  • Awareness and Motivation
  • Development and Promotion of Technologies
  • Financial Aspects
  • Conclusions

Summary and Recommendations

  • Status of Improved Stoves in Bangladesh
  • Lessons from Successful Programs
  • Way Forward
  • Conclusions

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