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Africa Sets Course for Sustainable Energy Future with Paris Declaration

The Arabian Post 21 May 2024
Over 600 million Africans currently lack access to reliable electricity, hindering development and basic quality of life. The situation worsens when considering clean cooking fuels – a critical need for nearly 900 million Africans.
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Africa-Paris Declaration on Energy Transition, Climate Justice and Energy Poverty

Capital Ethiopia 20 May 2024
Ramping up energy investment, deploying continuous finance and advancing energy projects represent Africa’s core priorities, as 600 million Africans lack access to reliable power and 900 million Africans lack access to clean cooking fuels.
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Invest in African Energy (IAE) 2024: The Role of Clean Cooking Investments in Africa’s Growth Story

Business Ghana 18 May 2024
“From a market opportunity standpoint, $20-40 billion a year is spent in African markets on cooking fuel, which is a huge market for the LPG industry, for electrification to enable the uptake of ...
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Why Giants star Bobby Okereke is called ‘Broadway Bobby’

New York Post 17 May 2024
Football fans, meet “Broadway Bobby.” ... 6 ... Stephen Yang for NY Post ... 6 ... Stephen Yang. 6 ... Stephen Yang ... 6 ... That’s why he also hit up Lagos, a Nigerian restaurant in Midtown Manhattan, for some “home cooking,” including the West African delicacy – snail ... 6 ... ....
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African Development Bank commits $2 billion as it leads the way at landmark summit for ...

Capital Ethiopia 16 May 2024
The African ... President Suluhu launched during COP28 a national program to solve this challenge in Tanzania, and in other parts of Africa, with the African Women Clean Cooking Support Program.
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A turning point for clean cooking

Gulf-Times 16 May 2024
For most of her life, Florence Auma Ode cooked over an open fire in her Kenyan home ... Grassroots education is crucial to normalising clean cooking and bringing along Africans working in the charcoal industry.
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Edible Oil Market to reach USD 204.25 Bn at a CAGR of 7.6 percent over ...

GetNews 16 May 2024
"Edible Oils Market" ... , and manufacturing has driven the market growth ... CAGR ... From fresh ginger to garam masala, Ethiopian dishes combine these flavorful herbs and spices to create some of the most exciting and delicious flavors in East African cooking.
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Vitol to invest $550 million in clean cooking technologies in Africa

Anadolu Agency 15 May 2024
Vivo Energy said this pan-African investment comprises both LPG infrastructure, from marine terminals to high-quality cylinders required for the safe distribution of LPG, as well as investment in clean cooking carbon projects.
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Clean cooking advances women's empowerment

Korea Times 15 May 2024
NAIROBI – More than 600 million Africans lack access to electricity, and over 900 million lack access to clean forms of cooking ... Beyond Kenya, the Organization of African First Ladies for ...
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Sierra Leone’s President Julius Maada Bio Delivers Keynote Speech at Clean Cooking in Africa Summit, ...

Capital Ethiopia 15 May 2024
His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has addressed the Clean Cooking in Africa Summit, emphasising that it has seen a lack of progress because nearly four in five Africans still cook their ...
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Devt Partners Earmark $4bn to Drive Clean Cooking by 2030

This Day 14 May 2024
Development partners have announced plans to pledge towards the annual $4 billion needed to provide clean cooking access for 250 million African women by 2030 ... The African Development Bank Group ...
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Conference tackling deadly cooking methods begins in Paris today

Dawn 14 May 2024
They aim to address the lack of access to clean cooking methods across the globe ... Four out of five households in the sub-Saharan African region, are still reliant on ‘highly polluting’ cooking fuels, with the situation only getting worse.
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Energy summit targets cooking habits linked to millions of deaths worldwide

Arab Times 14 May 2024
In a recent joint report with the African Development Bank (ADB), the IEA revealed that these cooking methods result in the annual deaths of 3.7 million individuals, with children and women bearing the brunt of the impact.
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Bid to end deadly cooking methods which stoke global warming

The Jakarta Post 14 May 2024
Some 2.3 billion people across 128 countries breathe in harmful smoke when they cook on basic stoves or over open fires, according to an International Energy Agency (IEA)-African ...
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Lack of political will holds back green stoves in Africa

Business Day 14 May 2024
About 80% of African households — or about a billion people — still cook using smoky, high-emissions fuels such as wood, paraffin, charcoal and dung, which contribute to climate change and take a ...
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