Clean Cookstoves Association of Kenya
Our Aim Our Aim Members' Engagements Parliamentary Roundtable Meeting Forced Draft Stove Training CCAK training Session on Gasifier modelling

Our Aim

Our aim as CCAK is to facilitate the increase of adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels to 5 million households and all institutions in Kenya by 2020.

Our Aim

Our aim as CCAK is to facilitate the increase of adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels to 5 million households and all institutions in Kenya by 2020.

Members' Engagements

CCAK member educating women on their products. Lets embrace the clean and efficient cookstoves and fuels. #CCAK Igniting Change

Parliamentary Roundtable Meeting

Past engagement with the parliamentarians on the clean cooking agenda. It requires a combined effort to achieve the clean cookstoves' adoption of 5million by year 2020 in Kenya

Forced Draft Stove Training

CCAK training Session on Gasifier modelling

Welcome To

Clean Cookstoves Association of Kenya

 
Exposure to harmful cookstove smoke has historically received relatively limited attention when compared to other health risk factors (lack of clean water, sanitation, and hygiene) or diseases (malaria or tuberculosis) that lead to similar levels of mortality.......>> readmore

Our Pillars

 

Enhance Demand

Enhance Demand
by understanding and motivating potential users, developing better and more technology, providing consumer finance and creating innovative distribution models to reach remote consumers;

Strengthen supply

 Strengthen supply
by attracting more finance and investment, accessing carbon finance, enhancing market intelligence and creating inclusive value-chains;

Foster an enabling environment

 Foster an enabling environment
by engaging national and local stakeholders, building the evidence base for the benefits of stoves, promoting international standards and rigorous testing protocols and enhancing monitoring and evaluation.

News & Events

Who We Are

16 March 2016

CCAK is a professional association formed in 2012 and officially registered in 2013. It has 29 members comprising representatives from government, academia, private sector, donor agencies, NGOs and individuals active...

Background

16 March 2016

Exposure to harmful cookstove smoke has historically received relatively limited attention when compared to other health risk factors (lack of clean water, sanitation, and hygiene) or diseases (malaria or tuberculosis)...

Key Outcomes

16 March 2016

With support from GACC, CCAK has been able to achieve a lot in the past two years. Some key outcomes are: CCAK is now recognised as the “voice” of clean...

CCAK Membership Registration form

06 April 2016

Download CCAK Membership Registration form

Newsletters & Publications

11 July 2016

CCAK April-June 2016 Newsletter CCAK July-September 2016 Newsletter CCAK October-December 2016 Newsletter

Cookstoves Gallery

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Cook Clean Campaign

Our Partners

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