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.
GVEP International and SEM Fund are joining forces to increase women’s participation in the energy market in Senegal and make sustainable energy available to the poorest communities.
Over the next three years, 250 women-run micro and small...
ENERGIA invites proposals from its National Focal Points, its WEE programme partners and other organisations, to form consortia to implement its gender and energy advocacy programme.
ENERGIA developed a report for the World LP Gas Association, investigating the need for access to clean cooking energy for women and girls.
The World Energy Outlook estimates that almost 1.3 billion people living mostly in developing Asia or...
Update on Request For Proposals: Gender & Energy Research Programme (Last Updated: 08-10-2014) - CLOSEDWednesday, 8 October 2014
(Last Update: 08-10-2014)
The invitations for the development of full proposals under the Gender and Energy Research Programme were sent on 15 September. Three consortia were selected for each of the 5 themes.
Information relevant to the...
Are you empowering women and girls through sustainable energy? 2015 Ashden International Awards open for entries
The Ashden Awards – the world’s leading green energy awards scheme – is seeking entries for its 2015 International Awards. Ashden...
Watch ENERGIA's video 'Gender in Energy Projects: Stories of Change'
Watch the SCODE video on gender mainstreaming its improved cook stove programme