2011 PCIA Forum Proceedings

Proceedings from the 5th Partnership for Clean Indoor Air Forum

351 Partners from 40 countries gathered at the 5th Biennial Partnership for Clean Indoor Air Forum in Lima, Peru, February 21-26, 2011 for five days of dynamic workshops, technical presentations and case studies from successful programs around the world. As has been the case with each Forum, this Forum grew substantially from previous years, making it the largest gathering of household energy and health practitioners, leaders and experts focused on clean and efficient cooking technologies and fuels to date.

If you attended the PCIA Forum, and did not receive a certificate of attendance but would like to, please email us at moderator@pciaonline.org.

See how PCIA has grown over the years in our PCIA photo montage presented to Partners at the Forum. Please also check out PCIA Bulletin #27 which focuses on the Forum.

Browse presentations from the Forum below, or make a selection from the menu at left.
Presentations marked with an asterisk * are in Spanish.

TitlePresenterPartner ProfileDownloadDay
1. Expanding the Role of Women in Cookstove ProgramsErin PatrickWomen's Commission for Refugee Women and ChildrenTuesday_Meeting_Community_Needs_Patrick.pdfTuesday
2. Scaling up national ICS programmes with a gender dimensionStephen GitongaUN Development Programme (UNDP)Tuesday_ Meeting_Community_Needs_Gitonga.pdfTuesday
3. Improved Household Cooking in the Millennium VillagesKate Kennedy FreemanThe Modi Lab and Earth Institute, Columbia UniversityTuesday_Meeting_Community_Needs_Freeman.pdfTuesday
4. A Holistic Approach to ICSAndrée SoslerPotential EnergyTuesday_Meeting_Community_Needs_Sosler.pdfTuesday
5. The USAID FES Toolkit for Humanitarian SettingsMarion PrattUnited States Agency for International Development (USAID)Tuesday_Meeting_Community_Needs_Pratt.pdfTuesday
6. Proposal for Legal Framework for Efficient Cook StovesMarta RiveraFundacion SolarTuesday_Meeting_Community_Needs_Rivera.pdfTuesday
POSTER SESSION - FramingBrenda DoroskiUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Tuesday_Framing_Poster_Doroski.pdfTuesday
WEDNESDAYWednesday
OPENING SESSIONBrenda DoroskiUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Wednesday_Opening_Doroski.pdfWednesday
EXPLORING CLEAN COOKING SOLUTIONSJohn MitchellUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Wednesday_Exploring_Clean_Cooking_Solutions_Mitchell.pdfWednesday
1. Liquefied Petroleum Gas: An alternative Cooking energy in UgandaDr. Emmy WasirwaWana Solutions LtdWednesday_Exploring_Clean_Cooking_Solutions_Wasirwa.pdfWednesday
2. Gas for Rural AreasNickolay UrbinaWednesday_Exploring_Clean_Cooking_Solutions_Urbina.pdfWednesday
3. Multiple Clean Stove Technologies = Best Practice KitchenAmyJo MathiasSolar Cookers InternationalWednesday_Exploring_Clean_Cooking_Solutions_Mathias.pdfWednesday
4. Solar Cookers in Bolivia, Peru, Chile and ArgentinaRocío MaldonadoBolivia Inti - Sud SoleilWednesday_Exploring_Clean_Cooking_Solutions_Maldonado.pdfWednesday
5. Clean cooking on BiogasVidya Sagar DevabhaktuniSKG SANGHAWednesday_Exploring_Clean_Cooking_Solutions_Devabhaktuni.pdfWednesday
STOVE TESTINGJohn MitchellUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Wednesday_Stove_Testing_Framing_Mitchell.pdfWednesday
KNOWING HOW YOUR STOVE PERFORMSMichael JohnsonBerkeley Air Monitoring GroupWednesday_Stove Testing_Overview_Johnson.pdfWednesday
1. Cook Stove TestingJim JetterUnited States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)Wednesday_Knowing_How_Stove_Perf_Jetter.pdfWednesday
2. Evaluation and Certification of Improved Stoves*Arq. Otilio Fernando Chaparro TejadaWednesday_Knowing_How_Stove_Perf_Tejada.pdfWednesday
3. Norms, Benchmarks and Certification Laboratory Set-up in BoliviaKlas HeisingEnergizing Development (GIZ-DGIS), GIZ BoliviaWednesday_Knowing_How_Stove_Perf_Heising.pdfWednesday