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|| Request for Proposals - Clean Cooking Sector Strategy
|| The Clean Cooking Alliance
|| Call for Papers/Abstracts
|| The Alliance is seeking a firm or consortium of partners (“Firm”) to support the development of a ten-year strategy (Sector Strategy) for the clean cooking sector writ large. This Sector Strategy would guide what needs to occur to achieve universal access to clean cooking solutions and fast-track the viability and use of renewable energy solutions for cooking.
In establishing a model for the broader sector, the Clean Cooking Sector Strategy would:
- Identify the unique contributions of various stakeholders to better leverage the resources and expertise currently flowing into the sector.
- Provide an actionable roadmap to effectively unlock the additional resources, capital, partnerships, policies, programs, and innovations needed to achieve SDG 7 through the development of a clean cooking industry and robust sector.
- Guide monitoring, evaluation, and learning across partners, sector stakeholders, and projects to more effectively track progress towards universal access to clean cooking by 2030.
Strategy planning and formulation would last several months and involve close collaboration with the Alliance, implementing partners (including EnDev, the World Bank through Energy Sector Management Assistance Program, Modern Energy Cooking Services, the World Health Organization, Sustainable Energy for All, the Health and Energy Platform of Action, and others), and a broad range of external sector stakeholders (including consumers, businesses, policy makers, investors, researchers, and ecosystem actors) to bridge international development objectives with national concerns and realities regarding market readiness. The Sector Strategy would inform how the Alliance, leading implementing partners, and critical stakeholders can better align action globally, communicate their respective roles, and leverage unique partner contributions to enhance collaboration, coordination, and collective action throughout the sector.