Measuring Success in Clean Cooking: What We Know and What We Don’t
What can we learn about what has or hasn’t worked in clean cooking programs? What do we still need to learn about how to achieve success in clean cooking? This session will present recent evaluation findings from programs on behavior change communications in Kenya, Nigeria, and Bangladesh; technological advancements in measuring stove use; and a comprehensive approach to achieving community-wide health impacts using clean stacking in Nepal. The session will also cover future research on clean stacking, and will provide a moderated opportunity for discussion about future evaluation needs in the sector. Panelists will discuss the importance of evaluation evidence in assessing the sector’s approaches to achieving universal access to clean cooking.