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Improved Cookstoves for Low Income Household in Africa

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1.0. Introduction

1.1. Improved Cookstove (ICS)

1.2. Advanced Cookstove (ACS)

1.3. Overview of improved and clean cooking solutions

2.0. Demand Landscape for Household Cooking Fuels

2.1. African Cooking Consumer Segmentation

2.2. Wood Collectors

2.3. Wood Purchasers

2.4. Charcoal Users

2.5. Modern-Fuel Users

3.0. Demand for Improved Cookstove in SSA

4.0. African End-user Preferences for Stove Design and Performance

4.1. Primary Preferences

4.2. Secondary Preferences

5.0. Willingness to Adopt and Pay for Improved and Clean Solutions

6.0. Affordability and Ability to Pay

7.0. Addressing Consumers’ Willingness to Pay

7.1. Increasing Consumer Exposure

7.2. Reducing Liquidity Constraints

7.3. Approaches to improving consumers’ ability and willingness to pay

8.0. Recommendations to stakeholders

8.1. Public Sector, Donors, and NGOs

8.2. Private Sector

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