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Enhancing LPG Access for Semi-Urban Populatuons in Nigeria

Published Date 

2 Apr 2020

References

Okereke, C. (2020)

Chukwumerije Okereke

About the publication

The overarching aim of the project was to catalyze the wide-scale and sustained adoption of LGP in semi-urban populations in Nigeria by addressing some of the key barriers against LPG usage in semi-rural communities in Nigeria. Using two large towns in South-East region of Nigeria – Okpanku in Aniniri Local Government, Enugu State, and Arondizuogu in Ideato Local Government, Imo State – as pilot cases, the project sought to establish the extent to which a fee-for-service delivery model offered through the communities’ women groups can enhance a wide and sustained adoption of modern energy cooking services based on LPG among semi-urban populations in Nigeria.