Clean Cooking Forum 2015

Register today for the Clean Cooking Forum 2015, November 9-13, 2015 at the Alisa Hotel in Accra, Ghana! Spots are going fast and we anticipate this this event will SELL OUT. This year’s exciting agenda brings together more than 400 global leaders from the private sector, government, finance, civil society, academia, the UN, and Development Banks, for four days of informative sessions, plenaries, networking, site visits, and clean cooking demonstrations.  Registration will close on Friday, October 23, 2015 or when the event has reached capacity so register today.

There is a $250 USD registration fee to attend the Clean Cooking Forum 2015. This includes entry to all breakout and plenary sessions, meals (lunch and coffee breaks, reception, official dinner event), site visits, cooking technology demonstration, and numerous networking opportunities. Please note the registration fee does not include transportation or accommodation.

Keynote Speakers and Featured Guests include:

Hanna Tetteh, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Republic of Ghana, Forum Co-host
Dr. Kwabena Donkor, MP and Minister of Power, Ghana
Grant Shapps, Minister of State, UK Department for International Development
Radha Muthiah, Chief Executive Officer, Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves
Stephen Appiah, Former professional soccer player and Head of the Stephen Appiah Foundation
Rocky Dawuni, International musician and humanitarian advocate

Don’t forget to make your hotel room reservation at the Alisa Hotel. To make your reservation via phone, please call Alisa Reservations at +233 (0) 577 555 777. Please mention the group code, UNFCS 3394, when making your reservation. To book your reservation online, please email All reservations must be received by the Alisa Hotel on October 26, 2015. Reservations received after this date may be made on a space and rate available basis.

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