Association GERES

Outcomes magazine - Looking back at ten years of activity in Cambodia

Reaching 3 million: how GERES managed the up-scale of the Improved Cookstove Program

It is not uncommon for promising programs to struggle to get past the micro-project stage owing to many different factors, including lack of funds, resources or support, or simply that the circumstances are not right.

 

In  1996,  the  Groupe  Energies  Renouvelables  Environnement  et  Solidarités  or Renewable  Energy,  Environment  and  Solidarity  Group (GERES) started designing a  program  to  disseminate  improved  cookstoves.

 

As of today, we have distributed more than 3 million improved cookstoves in Cambodia. We want to share our story – both strategies and challenges – with you through this magazine. As an organization whose research and innovation are geared to serving people, we believe that development is first and foremost a human venture.

 

 

Summary

LANDMARKS // 6
Cambodia, the starting point

 

OPINION // 8
In biomass we trust
What a program !
The Tun Lean testimony

 

STORYTELLING // 12
When faith rules

 

INSIGHT // 16
Welcome to the lab
GERES Outcomes Strenghtening 300 actors

 

BRAINWORK // 22
ICoProDAC: 2017 goal
How to speed up development
Voluntary offsetting : a whole new world
Nexus, the ressource

 

FORWARD // 27
Green Growth, the new model
Made in Geres

 

PEOPLE // 30
Vann Tola, the face of change
Brand new Khmer

 

Outcomes magazine

Looking back at 10 years of activity in Cambodia

Reaching 3 million: how GERES managed the up-scale of the Improved Cookstove Program

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