September 18, 2017
Country: Cameroon

The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves and the Global LPG Partnership (GLPGP) are pleased to host a joint webinar on GLPGP's ongoing work with the Government of Cameroon and in communities to support the policy, planning, and investment - including consumer financing - needed to expand LPG distribution safely and efficiently, beyond key urban markets and into previously unserved peri-urban and rural areas. This is in support of the country's first national LPG Master Plan, adopted in 2016, which targets a significant national increase in LPG penetration for household cooking up to 58% of the Cameroon population (18 million people) by 2030. Presenters will also cover key findings from the independent evaluation conducted by the University of Liverpool, as part of the LPG adoption in Cameroon study (LACE). 

This webinar, designed for new and existing partners, is part of a series that provides an overview of the Alliance’s work, the benefits of partnership, highlights, upcoming opportunities for partners, and features on specific tools, resources, and engagement activities. 


Monday, September 18, 2017, 10:00 AM EDT 


Please click here to register. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. In the advent of connectivity issues, please refer to this same email to click on a link that provides a list of international dial-in numbers. 


Alex Evans, Chairman of the Operating Committee, The Global LPG Partnership 
Bessem Enonchong, Country Director, Cameroon, The Global LPG Partnership 
Dr. Daniel Pope, University of Liverpool
Moderator: Kavanaugh Livingston, Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves