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|| Call for applications: Organizations working to disseminate clean cooking technologies to household consumers
|| Berkeley Air Monitoring Group, contracted by the World Bank
|| Financial: (Other Funding Opportunities)
|| Berkeley Air Monitoring Group, contracted by the World Bank, is inviting applications from public and private entities involved in the dissemination of clean cooking interventions to collaborate on an innovative evaluation project. The project aims to build the field experience and evidence of quantifying climate, health, and gender co-benefits from clean cooking interventions. For more information on the solicitation and project, please click the URL link posted below.
All entities disseminating clean stoves/fuels to household consumers are invited to apply. Priority will be given to organizations working on the African continent, although other geographies will also be considered. The entity should meet the following criteria:
● The intervention stove/fuel technology should achieve at least tier 3 of ISO/TR 19867-3:2018 or for the IWA 11:2012 voluntary performance targets on thermal efficiency, carbon monoxide emissions, fine particulate matter emissions of cookstoves. The performance should have been demonstrated through lab and/or field data. Higher tier stoves/fuels will be reviewed more favorably, as they are more likely to achieve greater health benefits.
● There should be robust, recent field evidence of safety and durability of the intervention stove/fuel.
● The stove/ fuel must meet most of the household‘s cooking needs, as demonstrated by prior consumer feedback or surveys on the technology.
● There should be a proven sustainable fuel supply for the chosen stove technology.