Coordinator, Regional Testing and Knowledge Centre, Centre for Research in Energy and Energy Conservation (CREEC), Uganda
Knowledge is a fundamental necessity for any successful achievement. The knowledge acquisition cycle is a continual process for all individuals, nations and the world at large. For continued sustainable development across all sectors and regions especially in the African region, knowledge is a key catalyst on how fast development will occur and whether any kind of sector development will be sustained. Knowledge transfer and sharing will ensure customisation of already existing knowledge to unique environments and the ability for local application, implementation and maintenance, thus resulting in sustainable development and overall socio-economic transformation for the African region as a whole. This is a great initiative and we are willing to contribute and share our experience on the clean cooking sector together with great minds globally.