Publication - Kenya Household Cooking Sector Study, 2019
achieving universal access to modern cooking solutions by 2030. These solutions include LPG, electricity, biogas, bioethanol and improved solid fuel cookstoves.
Clean Cookstoves Association of Kenya (CCAK) in collaboration with Ministry of Energy, SNV (Netherlands Development Organisation), RVO (Netherlands Enterprise Agency), Practical Action and GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) commissioned this study to determine the state of cooking in Kenya at the household level. This builds on a body of research spread over the last three decades.The purpose of this study is to establish baseline indicators for the cooking sector, raise the conceptual understanding of the cooking sector among stakeholders, attract strategic private and public investments and guide the process of policy formulation. Multiple data collection approaches including literature and data review, household surveys, real-time remote monitoring, geospatial analysis and key informant interviews have been applied.