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Promoting Sustainable Business Models for Clean Cookstoves Dissemination in Honduras

More than half of Honduran households cook with fuelwood on rudimentary cookstoves that are highly inefficient and unhealthy. Indoor air pollutants emitted by these cookstoves cause respiratory disease and other major health issues. The use of traditional cookstoves not only impacts the health and well-being of poor families but it also impacts the environment, notably through the harvesting of biomass from natural forests and habitats and the emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG).

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SREP Pilot Countries Meeting

The SREP Pilot Countries Meeting took place on September 18–20, 2018 in Kigali, Rwanda. The event is designed to enhance learning and foster dialogue among SREP pilot countries on issues and challenges related to the design and implementation of SREP investment plans and other renewable energy and energy access-related programs and activities.

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