Social Gender Support to Indonesia CSI

The reports published under this series are part of a program of work on social and gender aspects of the development and promotion of clean stoves. Grounded in extensive research in Indonesia, the series consists of practical documents that can be used to integrate social and gender dimensions into work on clean stoves in East Asia and the Pacific and beyond.

Target Audience | Clients and development partners active in the development and promotion of clean stoves. 



Executive Summary - From the Lab to the Field and Back
Synthesis Report - From the Lab to the Field and Back
Integrating Gender in Stove Design and Promotion -Guidance Note
Assessing Users needs - Guidance Note
Clean Biomass Cookstoves in Central Java, Quantitative Market Analysis
Qualitative Analysis of Prevalent Cooking Practises and Stoves in Central Java
Toolkit to Assess User Needs
Stoves, Fuels and Cooking Practices in Sumba Island, Indonesia


For more information, please contact Helene Carlsson Rex, senior social development specialist at the World Bank (, or Laurent Durix (