Authors of the following articles made it to the top five:
- Chinonso Onah, on ‘Policy Brief—Closing The Gender Gap In Energy Sector’, with a total of 288 votes.
- Anna Umegboro, on ‘Gender Mishap – Derivative Paroxysm in the Energy Sector in West Africa’, with a total of 130 votes.
- Olamidayo Oladapo , on ‘Under Representation Of Women in the Energy Sector and Solutions to them’, with a total of 123 votes.
- Simeon Udoh Nigeria , on ‘Creating Gender Diversity in Energy’, with a total of 123 votes.
- Etido Elijah, on ‘Terminating Gender Based Discrimination and Revamping the Energy Sector with Female Professionals in West Africa’, with a total of 119 votes.
Other noteworthy authors include:
- Utuwa Benedict, on ‘Creating Gender diversity in Energy’, with a total of 97 votes.
- Emmanuel Mensah, on ‘No Exclusion! Women are Key Players in bringing Energy Revolution’, with a total of 79.
These top five articles are currently being reviewed by a jury and are being evaluated based on the extent to which the author was able to:
- Provide an in-depth of analysis on the issue of women being under-represented in the technical areas of the energy sector and their driving factors (25% of total marks);
- Identify possible solutions to addressing the issues identified (20% of total marks);
- Evaluate the likely outcomes from each of the alternative solutions identified (25% of total marks); and
- Recommend and provide justifications for the solution(s) given (30% of total marks).
The three winners will be announced soon, so stay tuned. Our best wishes to our top five finalists!