Senior Manager, Strategy
Stakeholders from across the clean cooking ecosystem have highlighted the need for a more coordinated strategy to drive greater collaboration, transparency, and ambition toward the shared goal of universal access to clean cooking by 2030. In response to this call for action, CCA is leading the development of a Clean Cooking Systems Strategy to accelerate universal access through applying a systems approach.
The Systems Strategy seeks to answer three important questions:
The Strategy process is using a co-creative approach to foster collective action to deliver the systems-level change needed to achieve clean cooking transitions. This systems approach helps ensure the Systems Strategy is responsive to the evolving needs of a diverse group of stakeholders within the clean cooking ecosystem and other relevant sectors.Explore the clean cooking ecosystem
A system is defined as a web of interconnected and interdependent parts that form a unified whole.
The Systems Strategy has used a systems approach to explore the clean cooking ecosystem more deeply, identifying not only opportunities and challenges, but also the root causes, precursors, and potential catalysts of the dynamic relationships that link actors within the ecosystem.
The Systems Strategy Framework articulates a shared vision and path for accelerating progress towards universal access as a collective ecosystem.
The Systems Strategy Framework includes:
The Initiatives identified during the Systems Strategy development process harness existing efforts underway and create new solutions to drive sustained results over the coming decade, together unlocking a new trajectory for clean cooking to help deliver the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
These Initiatives are starting points for action. The Systems Strategy requires collaboration and active participation from partners within and outside the clean cooking ecosystem to test and co-create these Initiatives and bring the Systems Strategy to life. Through implementation, some Initiatives may evolve as additional partners contribute to this process. As the steward of the Strategy, CCA remains committed to following an inclusive approach through implementation and as new opportunities emerge.
“This is the right time for the Systems Strategy to guide national plans and elevate clean cooking as an important opportunity to deliver urgently needed climate, health, and economic outcomes through true collective action.”Dag-Inge UlsteinMinister of International Development at the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Clean Cooking Systems Strategy is driven and owned by ecosystem stakeholders. To learn more about the Systems Strategy or to get involved, please contact the Systems Strategy team at firstname.lastname@example.org.