Resource Pack 'Mainstreaming Gender in Energy Projects'
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Who are we?
ENERGIA's goal is to contribute to the empowerment of women -both rural and urban- through a specific focus on energy.
ENERGIA is the international network on gender and sustainable energy, founded in 1996. We work in Africa and Asia through and with our regional and national gender and energy networks. We work from the contention that projects, programmes and policies that explicitly address gender and energy issues will result in better outcomes, in terms of the sustainability of energy services as well as the human development opportunities available to women and men.
Norway, The UN Foundation, the Elders, and the World Bank will explore the linkages between sustainable energy, gender and development. The event will take the form of a dialogue imagining the impact of decisions made during Rio+20, looking back...
Joint PANGEA and ENERGIA event at European Parliament (ASP), Member Salon, 19 June 2012, Brussels
Gender equality, women's rights and access to energy services: An inspiration paper in the run-up to Rio+20 by Katrine DanielsenFriday, 20 April 2012
This study aims to increase international attention on the gender equality dimensions of energy access in the run-up to Rio+20 and contribute to the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative and its goal of ensuring universal access to modern...
Women leaders across the 47 Kenyan counties have resolved to mobilize their counterparts in the grassroots to lobby for greater inclusion in processes that promote sustainable development in the country.
Opening statement delivered by the Executive Director of UN Women Michelle Bachelet at the Rural Women, Climate Change and Access to EnergyCSW Side Event, Monday 5 March 2012.
Watch ENERGIA's video 'Gender in Energy Projects: Stories of Change'
Watch the SCODE video on gender mainstreaming its improved cook stove programme