Uganda bets on cleaner energy in gender push

Uganda is hoping efforts to improve women’s access to cheap and clean energy sources will boost their livelihoods.

The nation has worked with the African Development Bank, or AfDB, the Climate Investments Fund and the International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy to carry out initiatives that will make a difference in this area.

Women will be helped to get energy-efficient cooking stoves and home lighting-measures that will accelerate progress toward gender equality, the participating institutions say.

Read more: China Daily

 


 

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