Who are we?
ENERGIA-Africa is the regional chapter of ENERGIA -the International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy- in Africa. Established in 2000, ENERGIA-Africa is a network of men and women whose common goal is to create equal opportunity and access to relevant energy resources for the poor. ENERGIA-Africa is the key player in gender and energy in the region.
The network focuses on: information exchange, research, capacity building and policy-influencing actions that aim to result in gender-sensitive energy programs and policies.
ENERGIA-Africa is your channel to information on gender and energy in Africa. We are present in 13 African countries: Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves seeks the support of a qualified consultant to promote the integration of gender considerations into expected capacity building projects of clean cookstoves and fuel companies. Please see the attached Terms...
As you may know, ESMAP has partnered with the World Bank’s Social Development team to develop a report on Gender and Electricity Infrastructure. The research is focusing on the linkages between gender and social issues on Electricity Infrastructure...
Request for Expression(s) of Interest - ENERGIA Gender & Energy Programme - Deadline for submission: 25 August 2014
Leusden, 4th August, 2014 – ENERGIA, the International Network on Gender & Energy invites Expressions of Interests (EOIs) from qualified research teams to participate in its Gender and Energy Research programme. In line with its commitment...
Established in 2000, ENERGIA Africa is a network of men and women whose common goal is to create equal opportunity and access to relevant energy resources for the poor.