Uganda has faced significant environmental and socioeconomic challenges in recent years. According to Global Forest Watch, the country lost 967,000 hectares of tree cover from 2001 to 2021, marking a 12% decrease. This extensive deforestation has led to the emission of 438 million tonnes of greenhouse gases. Concurrently, the tripled cost of charcoal in the past decade has increased the financial strain on local families. This project introduces fuel-efficient cookstoves to combat these issues. These devices not only mitigate deforestation but also decrease household carbon emissions by over 350,000 tCO2e per year. By manufacturing these cookstoves locally, the project stimulates economic growth and job creation within the Ugandan community. Moreover, a portion of the revenue from the carbon credit sales goes to an impact fund that supports additional community programs, focusing particularly on educating and empowering women and girls, who are disproportionately impacted by climate change. The project is set to generate up to 350,000 carbon credits per year and potentially up to 50 million total credits over its 15 to 21-year lifespan. The revenue from these credits will be reinvested into the local community, contributing to further environmental, social, and economic growth.