New Alliance Partners – October 2015
The following partners joined the Alliance between September 29, 2015 and October 27, 2015:
Government partners who support the Alliance’s mission and goals and make a national commitment to the adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels; take a leadership role in disseminating clean cookstoves and fuels or employing best practices; and/or provide funding or in-kind services to the Alliance.
- Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ministry of Gender, Family, and Children
Organizations directly involved in the implementation of clean cooking solutions, which may include design, manufacture, distribution, marketing, or sale of cookstoves or fuels by the private sector, NGOs, humanitarian groups, etc.
- AATA International, Inc.
- Adapt Plus Limited
- Adarsh Plant Protect Limited
- Barli Development Institute for Rural Women
- Better World Cameroon
- Bukunja Rural Women and Youth Services
- Centre for Rural Development
- Electronicki Development Organization
- Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
- KingFire Energy Solutions LTD
- Litro Gas Lanka Limited
- Living Goods
- Virunga Engineering Works
Organizations that provide professional services to other clean cooking implementers, which may include research, testing, capacity building, business support, etc.
- Brighter Life Kenya
- Chaff Energy Limited
- Clean India Ventures
- Free Me Foundation
- Malawi Bureau of Standards
- Nigeria Energy Desk
- Rupak Mukhopadhyay
- Strategic Energy Limited
- University of British Columbia, Occupational and Environmental Health Division – SPPH
Those who support the Alliance’s mission and goals, but do not directly implement clean cooking solutions or provide professional services to implementers. This may include organizations active in related fields, investors, faith-based charities, advocacy groups, or interested individuals.
- Baumgartner Research Group at McGill University
- ECOWAS Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
- Uchejah Digital Nature
- Women Thrive Worldwide