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.
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...
(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.
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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.