National Partners

Government partners who support the Alliance’s mission and goals and make a national commitment to the adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels; take a leadership role in disseminating clean cookstoves and fuels or employing best practices; and/or provide funding or in-kind services to the Alliance.

  • Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industrial

 

Implementers

Organizations directly involved in the implementation of clean cooking solutions, which may include design, manufacture, distribution, marketing, or sale of cookstoves or fuels by the private sector, NGOs, humanitarian groups, etc.

  • Global Children Action Network
  • Kaghorwe Savings and Credit Schemes Group
  • South Nandi Biodiversity Conservation Group
  • Consumer Unity and Trust Society, Nairobi (CUTS)
  • waste2energy
  • Conservation Through Public Health
  • Tree Is Life Trust
  • ECONET
  • Alliance for Children and Youth - Uganda
  • Azma Cooperative Society
  • Karambi Action for Life Improvement (KALI)
  • Human Relief Foundation
  • Ekta
  • Youths in Technology and Development Uganda
  • Green Urja Technology & Systems
  • Kameruka Twegaite Farmers Group
  • Humanity for Orphans, Youth and Widows Initiatives Kenya (HOYWIK)
  • Environmental Conservation and Agricultural Enhancement Uganda (Eco-Agric Uganda)
  • Godwin Osung International Foundation  
  • Livaningo
  • City of Kisumu Urban Areas Association
  • Trax Ghana
  • Voluntary Integration for Education and Welfare of Society (VIEWS)
  • Development Focus
  • Flickers of Hope Foundation
  • Victoria Farming & Fishing Organization
  • CA Investment SA
  • Camerouncleancookstoves
  • 100 Suns

 

Service Providers

Organizations that provide professional services to other clean cooking implementers, which may include research, testing, capacity building, business support, etc.

  • Blue Sky Energy Technology Co., Ltd.
  • The Frontline Care Initiative
  • Jalpaiguri Akshay Rural Technology and Renewable Energy Entrepreneurship Development Centre

 

Champions

Those who support the Alliance’s mission and goals, but do not directly implement clean cooking solutions or provide professional services to implementers. This may include organizations active in related fields, investors, faith-based charities, advocacy groups, or interested individuals.

  • Ishiba Development and Empowerment Center
  • University of Ghana