What We Do

CCAK WORK PLAN FOR 2016

Activities

  1. Strengthen partners’ collective concerns on issues of clean cookstoves and fuels for the creation of appropriate policies, implementation strategies and regulatory frameworks
    • Lobby for enabling policies (national and county energy policies, tax waivers, improved stove regulations enactment)
    • Engage county and parliamentary committees on energy
    • Lobby for inclusion in government projects through the inter-ministerial committee on clean cooking
    • Establish a comprehensive functional M&E System
    • Participate in stoves and fuels standards development
    • Support to stove testing for members
    • Participation in labelling system development
  2. Facilitate the transfer of local and global knowledge and skills on clean cookstoves and fuels to all stakeholders
    • Update the baseline on clean stoves and fuels promoted by CCAK members
    • Building evidence on clean cooking
    • Identify capacity building opportunities for entrepreneurs
  3. To enhance demand, strengthen supply and create an enabling environment for the clean cookstoves and fuels market
    • Identification and profiling of financial institutions active in the clean cooking sector
    • Participate in Kenya Music and Drama Festivals 2017
    • Design of behaviour change and communication strategy on clean cooking
    • Identify stove ambassadors
    • Establish new partnerships
    • Market segmentation
  4. CCAK Operations
    • CCAK strategic/business plan development
    • Move to fully equipped new office
    • Secretariat staff
    • Executive Committee meetings
    • Annual General Meeting 2016
    • Working group meetings
    • Association visibility
    • New member mobilization
    • Resource mobilization