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Scalable Business Models for Alternative Biomass Cooking Fuels and Their Potential in Sub-Saharan Africa (English)

Building on its previous work on clean cooking in Africa, the World Bank has begun to explore intervention strategies for the clean cooking sector that move beyond stoves to examine the potential for cleaner-burning biomass fuels. ... See More +

Report 139747 JAN 01, 2019

Hyseni,Besnik; Usui,Kenta; Kappen,Jan Friedrich; Tao,Nuyi; Hosier,Richard H. Disclosed

Scalable business models for alternative biomass cooking fuels and their potential in Sub-Saharan Africa (English)

Building on its previous work on clean cooking in Africa, the World Bank has begun to explore intervention strategies for the clean cooking sector that move beyond stoves to examine the potential for cleaner-burning biomass fuels. ... See More +

120561 JAN 01, 2017

Hyseni,Besnik; Usui,Kenta; Kappen,Jan Friedrich; Hosier,Richard H.; Tao,Nuyi Disclosed

Uganda - Clean Cooking Supply Chain Expansion Project : Small RETF Grant (English)

The Project Development Objective is to expand both access to and adoption of cleaner and more efficient cooking technologies. The project will: (i) foster the large-scale dissemination of cleaner and more efficient stoves though commercial distributors, (ii) facilitate the integration and strengthening of local stove supply chains though ‘matchmaking’ between manufacturers and distributors, (iii) support the development and field testing of high-impact marketing and consumer engagement schemes; and (iv) roll-out a rigorous quality assurance and technicalsupport program in support of local manufacturers. ... See More +

Report 139736 DEC 04, 2015

Disclosed

Willingness to pay and consumer acceptance assessment for clean cooking in Uganda (English)

This report addresses the need to increase market penetration of clean stoves with the end goal of reducing household air pollution and the associated disease burden as well as to reduce nonrenewable biomass fuel consumption. ... See More +

Working Paper 100900 NOV 01, 2015

Lascurain, Javier; Jagoe,Kirstie Anne; van Tilborg, Caroline Disclosed

Clean and improved cooking in Sub-Saharan Africa : a landscape report (English)

Evidence from the most recent World Health Organization (WHO) survey on the global burden of disease shows that nearly 600,000 Africans die annually and millions more suffer from chronic illnesses caused by air pollution from inefficient and dangerous traditional cooking fuels and stoves. ... See More +

Working Paper 98664 NOV 01, 2014

Kammila,Srilata; Kappen,Jan Friedrich; Rysankova,Dana; Hyseni,Besnik; Putti,Venkata Ramana Disclosed

Clean and improved cooking in Sub-Saharan Africa (English)

Reliance on solid-fuel cooking in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is a large and growing problem. The clean and improved cooking sector in SSA has evolved significantly, but is still highly underdeveloped. ... See More +

Working Paper 98667 NOV 01, 2014

Kammila,Srilata; Kappen,Jan Friedrich; Rysankova,Dana; Hyseni,Besnik; Putti,Venkata Ramana Disclosed