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  • Cooking with Gas: 2018 Update – Why women in developing countries want LPG and how they can get it

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  • Special Feature SEAR: Energy Access and Gender – Getting the right Balance


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  • A Regional Gender Assessment of Energy Policies and Programmes in South Asia

    Improving Gender-Inclusive Access to Clean and Renewable Energy in Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka is an Asian Development Bank (ADB)-supported project (JFPR Grant-9158 REG). The project aimed to increase rural poor women’s access to affordable and reliable clean energy sources and technologies in selected project sites in Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. It was implemented […]

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  • Situation Analysis of Energy and Gender Issues in ECOWAS Member States

    This report, a fairly comprehensive analysis of the current situation of energy and gender issues in ECOWAS Member States, aims to inform the development of the ECOWAS policy for Gender Mainstreaming in Energy, which will support national governments in focusing and harmonizing their current efforts at gender mainstreaming, learning from one another, and collectively mobilizing […]

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  • Boiling Point: Women, Energy and Economic Empowerment

    In the last few years, gender issues have increasingly been recognised as critical to energy access initiatives. Underscoring the importance of access to energy, or the lack thereof, and its impacts on women and girls, the first two years of the Decade of Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) are dedicated to a global campaign on […]

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  • Gender and Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform: An audit of data on energy subsidies, energy use and gender in Indonesia

    The Government of Indonesia is considering reform of its consumer subsidies for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) due to its rising fiscal cost: IDR 25 trillion (USD 1.9 billion) in 2016: around half of its total energy subsidy expenditure. Subsidized 3-kg LPG cylinders are currently available to all citizens. Reforms are likely to target the subsidy […]

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  • Energizing Equality: The importance of integrating gender equality principles in national energy policies and frameworks

    To understand the extent to which gender is being mainstreamed in energy policies at national levels, the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Global Gender Office (GGO), in collaboration with ENERGIA, the International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy, conducted an assessment of 192 energy policies, plans or strategies—herein commonly referred to as “frameworks”—from […]

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  • The Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Tracking Progress in Asia and the Pacific: A Summary Report

    The Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Tracking Progress in Asia and the Pacific: A Summary Report was produced by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in close collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) initiative, the International Network […]

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  • Mainstreaming gender in energy sector policy and practice

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  • Strategic Plan

    With this strategy document, we—the ENERGIA network—share what we aim to achieve between 2018 – 2021. We also present how we intend to capitalise on our strengths to scale our collective impact, how we will improve our weaknesses and how we will find solutions to persistent and emerging issues around sustainable energy and equitable energy access for all.

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