Jun 30, 2019
Type: Case Study
Country: Kenya

Clean cooking programs are cross-cutting in nature, providing co-benefits to health, the climate, the environment, gender equality, and livelihoods. Thus, cross-sectoral collaboration serves to strengthen programs. Toward that goal, the Bridge Collaborative, the Clean Cooking Alliance, PATH, and partners created the “Cross-sectoral Collaboration for Clean Cooking” package, which is divided into several components: (i) this case study of national clean cooking interventions in Kenya; (ii) a case study of national clean cooking interventions in Nepal; and (iii) an overview report that summarizes these case studies, presents a visual representation of the multiple effects of clean cooking, and provides recommendations for future efforts.

  • The Nepal case study can be accessed here.
  • The overview report can be accessed here.