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Clean Cooking Forum 2022

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Fredrick Amariati

Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, GIZ Kenya

Fredrick Amariati is a Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor working with GIZ Kenya to implement a GCF funded cooking project: Promotional climate friendly cooking in Kenya. Previously, he has implemented Results Based Financing project for solar and cooking sub-sectors in Kenya besides a host other market assessment assignments in the off grid sector. Fredrick has a keen interest on issues related to tracking progress made from existing climate mitigation efforts. Specifically, he has interests in capacity building for relevant players towards proactive climate change reporting towards achieving Climate Goals.

Fredrick holds a Master of Science degree in Energy Economics and Policy from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom, a Bachelor’s of Commerce degree in Operations Management from the University of Nairobi in Kenya, a Technical Diploma in Chemical Engineering from the Technical University of Kenya and varied certifications in Universal Energy Access from Florence School of Regulation.

Day 0 October 10
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati
Day 1 October 11
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati
Day 2 October 12
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati
3:00 pm-4:00 pm
Breakout Room A

Turning Clean Cooking Commitments Into Action to Achieve Climate Goals

Project Drawdown, which analyzes scenarios to avert catastrophic climate change, ranks clean cooking as the sixth most impactful climate solution in a list of nearly one hundred of the most effective climate mitigation strategies to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C. And yet, clean cooking is one of the most underfunded climate and development solutions in the world. The time has come for the clean cooking sector to claim its place at the table and own its indispensable role in the fight against climate change.

Many countries have already taken notice that fighting climate change means advancing clean cooking access. A total of 67 nations include household energy or clean cooking-related goals in their NDCs. But we must transform these commitments into action. Countries need the support, the expertise, and, above all, the money to rapidly scale up clean cooking access and deliver the tremendous climate benefits that come with it.

This session will focus on country-level efforts to achieve climate goals through clean cooking and the need for a massive infusion of funding from diverse sources to realize these untapped climate wins.

Watch this session.

Speakers
Forrest Robinette Senior Associate, Climate & Environment, Clean Cooking Alliance
Justine Akumu Senior Energy Officer, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda
Fredrick Amariati Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, GIZ Kenya
Daniel Tutu Benefoh Ag Director, Climate Change Unit, Environmental Protection Agency of Ghana
Sandra Cavalieri Coordinator, Sector Hubs, Climate & Clean Air Coalition
Day 3 October 13
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati
Day 4 October 14
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati
3:00 pm-4:00 pm
Breakout Room A

Turning Clean Cooking Commitments Into Action to Achieve Climate Goals

Project Drawdown, which analyzes scenarios to avert catastrophic climate change, ranks clean cooking as the sixth most impactful climate solution in a list of nearly one hundred of the most effective climate mitigation strategies to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C. And yet, clean cooking is one of the most underfunded climate and development solutions in the world. The time has come for the clean cooking sector to claim its place at the table and own its indispensable role in the fight against climate change.

Many countries have already taken notice that fighting climate change means advancing clean cooking access. A total of 67 nations include household energy or clean cooking-related goals in their NDCs. But we must transform these commitments into action. Countries need the support, the expertise, and, above all, the money to rapidly scale up clean cooking access and deliver the tremendous climate benefits that come with it.

This session will focus on country-level efforts to achieve climate goals through clean cooking and the need for a massive infusion of funding from diverse sources to realize these untapped climate wins.

Watch this session.

Speakers
Forrest Robinette Senior Associate, Climate & Environment, Clean Cooking Alliance
Justine Akumu Senior Energy Officer, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda
Fredrick Amariati Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, GIZ Kenya
Daniel Tutu Benefoh Ag Director, Climate Change Unit, Environmental Protection Agency of Ghana
Sandra Cavalieri Coordinator, Sector Hubs, Climate & Clean Air Coalition
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati
Sessions by Fredrick Amariati