MBAULA was born during the PCIA/DISCOVER StoveCamp 2012 in Lilongwe as a lose network for producers, project implementers, standardization and carbon trading agencies, govermental and all other interested stakeholders in the field of improved cookstoves and biomass energy in Malawi. Find our introductory presentation here. Renew’N’Able Malawi plays a vital role in coordinating these common endeavours by hosting a platform for exchange related information on these pages, building a member capacity & projects database and facilitating the MBAULA mailing list. The MBAULA network aims at benefitting more Malawians to have access to better stoves which will really be widely accepted and used through concerted action and learning from each other, thus contributing to long-term improved health and safety, more available income for poor households, better climate change resilience and reduced carbon emissions. MBAULA members represent a wide richess of experience from their many different perspectives and positions in the bio-energy value chain. The network can hence make valuable contributions to the development of the National Strategy for Clean Cookstoves which is currently under process after the President of Malawi, Her Excellency Dr. Joyce Banda, has signed up Malawi for the Global Alliance for Cean Cookstoves in 2012. Currently, we are building up the MBAULA MELTING POT, our learning & information exchange portal for MBAULA networkers. Regular newsletters (depending on input from members) are also in planning.
To sign up to the network, please visit our membership section. To submit information you would like to be posted through the MBAULA mailing list and on the info sharing portal, please email to posts@mbaula.org.
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