Proposed taxes will negatively impact the clean cooking sector

It has been eight weeks now since the Kenyan government announced the national dusk to dawn curfew, and we’ve just passed close to 45 days of partial lockdown with the news that selected areas are going into harder lockdown.

This has affected a lot of businesses, including the clean cooking sector. As people are encouraged to isolate more and stay at home, this requires people to cook more often than they usually do, therefore, one might expect the demand for clean cooking technologies and fuels to increase.

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