This report we analyzes how men and women in rural areas are differently affected by, and adopt different coping strategies to, climate variability and shocks, and we offer recommendations to redress the balance.
This technical brief provides guidance to energy organizations interested in adopting such frameworks. It sets out processes and steps for an organization to follow when incorporating gender concerns into its projects, procedures, work ethic and overall structure.
This paper examines public-private partnership (PPP) projects through a gender lens, and identifies opportunities and entry points for integrating a gender and poverty dimension into PPP infrastructure projects from the preparation stage through a social assessment as well as within the PPP policy and regulatory framework.
This toolkit and resource guide provides tools to help development practitioners ask the relevant questions needed to bring about better development and energy outcomes that are gender specific and that address the needs of women in particular.
This document focuses on how to incorporate a gender perspective in operations that support the construction, operation and maintenance of medium- and large-scale renewable wind, solar, geothermal and hydroelectric energy installations connected to the grid for purposes of power generation.
This study aims to increase international attention on the gender equality dimensions of energy access in the run-up to Rio+20 and contribute to the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative and its goal of ensuring universal access to modern energy services by 2030.
The objective of this briefing note is to provide World Bank energy task teams a brief overview of the key issues, resources and tools to help integrate gender consid- erations into energy sector operations.
The objective of this checklist is to provide a tool for effective mainstreaming of gender in infrastructure programs and projects.
This document introduces the type of support the Gender and Energy Technical Advisory Team (GETAT) team can provide to Norad, Norwegian Embassies and their partners in incorporating a gender sensitive approach into the design and implementation of projects.
In 2015, ICRW conducted a qualitative assessment in Tanzania to better understand whether and how being a Solar Sister clean energy entrepreneur impacts women’s and men’s lives at the individual, family, and community levels.