Virtual parliamentary roundtable on gender, electrification and clean cooking in Africa

The Climate Parliament and UNIDO co-organised the event on 21st July with co-sponsorship of the Pan-African Parliament. Legislators from Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, the Seychelles, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe discussed the gender perspective of rural electrification with Dr Margaret Matinga, technical adviser at Energia, an international network on gender and sustainable energy. Ms Matinga presented DFID-funded research on women’s access to energy conducted in India, Nepal and Kenya. Across these countries, women are less likely than men to have access to any form of electricity. However, when women and men have the same training and opportunities in the energy sector, women ten

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