The Alliance provides grants for research, capacity building, training, entrepreneur support, in-country alliances...

and other initiatives that help advance and catalyze the clean cookstoves and fuels sector consistent with its 10-year Strategic Road Map. To ensure that the Alliance funds high-quality proposals selected from a range of potential applicants, Secretariat-funded projects typically include a competitive peer-reviewed selection process, although a limited set of sole-source and catalytic small grants may be awarded without external review.

To see a list of Alliance grants awarded, click here.

Closing: Apr 24,2015
Type: alliance

The objective of this ToR is to identify the main gaps between clean cooking and REDD+ methodologies, explore options for aligning approaches and make recommendations on next steps to achieve alignment that are both workable and scalable.
Closing: May 01,2015
Type: non-alliance
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Bangladesh: The purpose of this consultancy is to work with the Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL) Technical Committee to provide technical support for the implementation of the Household Energy component of the RERED II program and support the development of a Dhaka-based lab.

Closing: May 01,2015
Type: alliance

The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves seeks proposals for a feasibility assessment for possible investment vehicles (debt, risk capital or both) that could merit Alliance support.

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