ACHIEVING GENDER MAINSTREAMING

September 4, 2014 | By
Lima

 

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With gender being a crosscutting issue, the ECOWAS Programme on Gender Mainstreaming in Energy Access will be implemented in synergy with all other programmes, projects and activities of ECREEE as listed below:

Programmes:

  1. Policy Development
  2. Capacity Development
  3. Knowledge Management and Awareness
  4. Investment and Business Promotion
  5. ECOWAS Bioenergy Programme and its initiative- the West African Clean Cooking Alliance

Projects:

  1. Supporting Energy Efficiency for Access in West Africa (SEEA-WA) project
  2. Renewable Energy Facility for peri-urban and rural areas (EREF)

Activities:

  1. Elaboration of the National Renewable Energy Action Plans (NREAPs)
  2. Capacity Needs Assessment and elaboration of the regional capacity development strategy
  3. Further development of the ECOWAS Observatory for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECOWREX)

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