| GTHI has a firm resolve to bridge the gap between the private sector and government obligations |
Gas to Health Initiative (GTHI) is a registered non-governmental organisation with the Corporate Affairs Commission with registration number CAC/IT/NO 59384 under the Companies and Allied matters Act 1, of 1990. GTHI was inaugurated on the 22nd day of February, 2013.
As a non-profit, non-governmental, non-political organisation, GTHI has a firm resolve to bridge the gap between the private sector and government obligations, setting the ball rolling on promoting the growth of LP gas consumption nationwide, ensuring a shift of the energy market towards LP Gas, and likewise promoting a healthier society.
In line with World LP Gas Association (WLPGA GAS) COOKING FOR LIFE Campaign, an initiative aimed at converting one billion people from traditional fuels to cleaner-burning LP Gas by 2030 and ensuring environmental sustainability, GTHI heartbeat is to ensure that Nigeria is not left behind in the global campaign for a cleaner energy, safe cooking and healthier environment.
In January 2014, Gas to Health Initiative (GTHI) was admitted as members of Nigeria Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (NLPGA). The NLPGA also mandated GTHI to do all within its power to promote the switch of the Nigerian populace from use of other forms of energy to using LP Gas and also educate people on the safe usage of LP Gas.
Upon GTHI’s wonderful presentation at the Argus Conference held in South Africa in September 2014, the World Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (WLPGA) representative present at the conference invited GTHI to apply for an observer membership of the WLPGA. During the WLPGA conference held in Miami, Florida, USA in November 2014, GTHI was approved and adopted as an observer member of WLPGA.
GTHI main objectives are:
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