In Tanzania, UNDP as an impartial and trusted partner of Government is uniquely positioned to influence the outcomes of a myriad of challenging, but necessary reforms designed to promote broadbased pro-poor economic growth with prospects for significant and sustained impact on poverty reduction. As an impartial broker and leveraging on its convening power, UNDP also helps facilitate the views of civil society and the private sector and plays a crucial role in aid coordination to promote increased aid effectiveness.
The Kyoto Twist Solar Cooking Society is a Canadian registered non-profit organization. Our headquarters and office is located in Lund, British Columbia. There are six people on our board of directors and we have two volunteer program coordinators who report to the board. Our Annual General Meeting takes place just prior to Earth Day. Our roots are local, but our connections are global. We are part of the larger international solar cooking movement, which is developing and spreading this beneficial technology around the world.
Moshi Munispal Council
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Solar Cookers International
Solar Cookers International’s mission is to spread solar thermo cooking technology to benefit people and environment.
Professor Akihiko (Ski) Kumagai, Mechanical Engineering, California State University, Sacramento.