Cooking over polluting, open fires or inefficient stoves leads to nearly 4 million deaths each year – more than malaria, tuberculosis, and HIV-AIDS combined. Yet this global crisis receives far less support and attention than these and other development issues.

The Clean Cooking Alliance (CCA) is a global leader in driving greater awareness of, engagement in, and support for clean cooking. CCA's work includes a wide range of activities, from creating global advocacy campaigns and coalitions to engaging international and local champions, and from hosting major convenings to sharing critical knowledge.

Two of CCA's ongoing efforts include oversight of the "Clean Cooking Is..." campaign and joining with the Government of Kenya to seek the establishment of an International Day of Clean Cooking.

These activities are designed to elevate both the urgency of clean cooking as a development priority and the pursuit of universal access to clean cooking.

  • For media inquiries, please email media@cleancookingalliance.org
  • If you are a communications specialist working in the clean cooking sector, consider joining the CCA-led Clean Cooking Communications Corps, a global network of communicators dedicated to supporting and amplifying each other’s work. For more information, please email media@cleancookingalliance.org.

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The “Clean Cooking Is...” campaign is the first global advocacy effort created exclusively to drive greater awareness of, engagement in, and support for clean cooking.
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The sector's flagship biennial event, the Clean Cooking Forum convenes hundreds of attendees from around the world who are working to build an inclusive industry that makes clean cooking accessible to the 3 billion people who live each day without it.

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