Mali Household Energy Project

One of the most important causes of Mali's serious environmental problems has been over-exploitation and indiscriminate destruction of its forest resources. As in most Sahelian countries, fuelwood and charcoal meet 90 percent of the domestic energy needs of the country. The overarching objective of the Household Energy Project was to improve the management, and promote rational use, of energy resources. GEF involvement was to help support the environmental policy objectives of the Government of Mali with particular emphasis on the reduction of CO2 emissions and abatement of forest resource depletion.

Full Evaluation: 

Area of Evaluation: 

Mitigation

Thematic Cluster: 

Sustainable community development

Theme of Evaluation: 

Renewable Energy

Sub Cluster: 

Energy access

GEF Funding: 

Yes

Level of Evaluation: 

Country

Region: 

Subsaharan Africa

Type of Evaluation: 

Project Performance Assessment Report

Institution: 

World Bank

Evaluation Author: 

Operations Evaluation Department

Year of Evaluation: 

2003