|Led by: University of Birmingham|
“The project will utilise the Kitui Mango Farmers multi-stakeholder forum in spearheading stakeholder engagement at the county level and promotion of local ownership of the community cooling hub.” - Prof. Toby Peters, University of Birmingham
This project will demonstrate how community cooling hubs can affordably meet a portfolio of rural community cooling needs, including food, health, and human comfort, whilst reducing emissions. The project will also pilot a public-private-community partnership model. These sustainable cold chain services will generate economic wealth, better health and nutrition and a resilient future for the population in Kenya.