MissionThe Johns Hopkins School of Public Health has created a new unique multi-disciplinary Center for Global Clean Air with a mission to develop effective sustainable solutions in LMICs to solve the problem of HAP and reduce the global burden of diseases to save millions of lives.
Partner TypeImplementer
Organization TypeResearch (Academic, Other)
Organizational ExpertiseAdoption / Behavior Change, Capacity Building, Climate/Environment, Gender / Womens Empowerment, Health, Monitoring and Evaluation, Policy Development, Research, Standards, Technology and Fuel R&D, Lab or Field Testing
ExpertiseBuilding upon the leadership of JHU in global environmental health, this center brings together top researchers in public health with diverse areas of expertise, including behavioral sciences, risk communication, implementation sciences, epidemiology and various disciplines of environmental health such as exposure assessment, toxicology and climate change to develop tackle the global challenge of household air pollution in a holistic manner.
Technologies and FuelsBiomass (Ag. Residue, Processed Biomass, etc.), Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), Pellets / Briquettes
Other Technologies and FuelsTesting of cookstove technologies and associated health effects.
Clean Cooking ActivitiesResearch, testing
Regions Operating InLatin America and Caribbean, South Asia
Countries Operating InBangladesh, Nepal, Peru
AddressJohns Hopkins University School of Public Health
Postal Code21205
Primary Point of Contact
   First NameShyam
   Last NameBiswal