RDIS organisation's project for distribution of improved cook stoves in Rwanda has reached the final project stage of issuance. On 19/11/2020 RDIS's carbon credits were issued by the CDM in respect of the three ICSEA CPAs (Uganda Carbon Bureau) that were recently monitored and verified, of which RDIS's share was 7,635.
Note: Issuance is the final project stage which occurs after third-party auditors have guaranteed a project has avoided carbon dioxide or its equivalent. Once a project has met all requirements by its voluntary standard, the developer can apply to a standards body to issue eligible offsets. Issuance takes place once a carbon offset project has been validated, verified, and undergone other required processes.
CARBON CREDITS IN ACTION – More than 6,300 households in Rwanda are cooking on improved rural wood stoves which have been distributed by RDIS organization in the past 3 years. By purchasing carbon credits through this project you will not only improve people’s lives and reduce carbon emissions, but you will also alleviate other problems associated with the use of firewood such as eye and respiratory diseases.
Over the last three years, RDIS through CCER project was able to distribute and install a number of Rural Wood Stoves and has also distributed Ceramic Water Filters among the poor families in its operational areas (Shyogwe, Butare, Kigeme and Cyangugu dioceses).
Recently, RDIS has distributed food items, soaps and fliers for the alleviation of the impact of Covid-19 pandemic in the southern and western provinces of Rwanda
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