A sustainable, thriving market for clean cookstoves and fuels requires effective performance from market actors in the private and public sectors. Market systems approaches seek to address the causes of poor performance and stimulate changes in the rules, relationships, barriers and incentives that affect how public and private actors behave. Panelists will discuss their experiences in designing and implementing interventions to address market weaknesses in the clean cooking, water and sanitation, and agriculture sectors. Participants will leave with a greater ability to apply market system approaches in their work.
Shanti Kleiman, Energy and Environment Advisor, Mercy Corps
Lucy Stevens, Senior Policy Advisor, Practical Action
Karri Goeldner Byrne, Country Director, Technoserve
Musah Issaka Balima, Country Programme Manager, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)