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pdf.pngSURVEY FINDINGS OF THE BIOMASS COOKSTOVES AND FUELS USE IN KENYAN INSTITUTIONS

The objective of the study was to provide insight into the impact of use of improved and efficient biomass cook-stoves in institutions in Kenya under regulated and unregulated environments with all related effects

2020-04-29
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pdf.png2019 Newsletter

The year 2019 has been both smooth and rough for CCAK. It all started with planning and identifying capacity development of the secretariat for the year 2019. Based on the strategic objectives of the project, a number of activities have been implemented to date.

2020-04-29
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pdf.pngV4CP CORPORATE BROCHURE

Civil society organisations (CSOs) represent citizens at local, national and international level. Through the Voice for Change Partnership, SNV strengthens CSOs to effectively voice their views in a dynamic and increasingly global context. Together, we contribute to structural change and effective solutions to ensure that the interests of low-income and marginalised communities are included in government and business policies and practices.

2020-04-29
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pdf.pngSTUDY ON USE OF BIOMASS COOKSTOVES AND FUELS IN INSTITUTIONS IN KENYA
The Objective of this study was to provide insight into the impact and efficient use of improved Biomass cook-stoves in institutions in Kenya
2020-04-28
56.47 MB
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pdf.pngKenya Cooking Sector Study HOT

The purpose of this study is to establish baseline indicators for the cooking sector, raise the conceptual understanding of the cooking sector among stakeholders, attract strategic private and public investments and guide the process of policy formulation. Multiple data collection
approaches including literature and data review, household surveys, real-time remote monitoring, geospatial analysis and key informant interviews have been applied. The household survey, which is the main component of this study, covered 3,512 household interviews done by over 250 data collection assistants across all 47 counties between 1st October and 14th November 2018. Interviews were done using CAPI (Computer Aided Personal Interviews) and household selection guided by SW Maps which is a geospatial tracking application. Interviews were also conducted with supply side actors including technology and fuel suppliers. In addition, six case studies were conducted to provide specific and in-depth insights to various aspects of cooking.

2020-03-30
3.45 MB
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