6 datasets

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  • Nepal - Multi-Tier Framework (MTF) Survey

    372
    Countries:
    Nepal
    Regions:
    South Asia
    Published Year:
    2019
    133
    The MTF survey is a global baseline survey on household access to electricity and clean cooking, which goes beyond the binary approach to look at access as a spectrum of service...
  • Honduras - Multi-Tier Framework (MTF) Survey

    0
    Countries:
    Honduras
    Regions:
    Latin America & Caribbean
    Published Year:
    2020
    74
    The MTF survey is a global baseline survey on household access to electricity and clean cooking, which goes beyond the binary approach to look at access as a spectrum of service...
  • World - Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS) Systematic Review

    0
    Countries:
    Uganda, Taiwan, Province of China, Germany, Thailand, Benin + 42
    Regions:
    Africa, South Asia, Latin America & Caribbean, East Asia and Pacific
    Published Year:
    2020
    42
    The systematic review of published evidence on drivers of and barriers to transitioning populations to modern energy cooking services (MECS) was conducted under the MECS...
  • Kenya - Multi-Tier Framework (MTF) Survey

    0
    Countries:
    Kenya
    Regions:
    Africa
    Published Year:
    2020
    74
    The MTF survey is a global baseline survey on household access to electricity and clean cooking, which goes beyond the binary approach to look at access as a spectrum of service...
  • Nigeria - Multi-Tier Framework (MTF)

    0
    Countries:
    Nigeria
    Published Year:
    2020
    33
    The MTF survey is a global baseline survey on household access to electricity and clean cooking, which goes beyond the binary approach to look at access as a spectrum of service...
  • Liberia - Multi-Tier Framework (MTF) Survey

    0
    Countries:
    Liberia
    Regions:
    Africa
    Published Year:
    2021
    14
    The MTF survey is a global baseline survey on household access to electricity and clean cooking, which goes beyond the binary approach to look at access as a spectrum of service...
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