Multi-stakeholder gender and energy compact
We present a multi-stakeholder Gender and Energy Compact engaging government, private sector, finance, academia, civil society, youth, intergovernmental organizations and media. Together and individually, we support a just and inclusive energy transition that is gender responsive, youth-inclusive, locally led and globally connected.
Energy Access and Gender in Ghana: Policy Brief
In the wider West African region, Ghana is often seen as an energy success story with over 80% of the population having access to grid electricity. Yet, 50% of rural areas live without this access while ‘dumsor’ (load shedding) poses an ongoing challenge for those connected.