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Sustainable Energy: African Women Turn Biogas into Opportunity   Energy to Change Women's Lives in Africa   Geothermal Energy In Africa   HEAT Toolkit
Sustainable Energy: African Women Turn Biogas into Opportunity   Energy to Change Women's Lives in Africa (English - French)   Geothermal Energy in Kenya   HEAT Toolkit Tutorial
             

For Judith in Tanzania, a load of manure is a wonderful thing. She got a loan to buy a couple of cows so she could create homemade biogas fuel to save money on expensive and polluting cooking fuels.

  Cleaner cook stoves and rural electrification are all part of energy projects in Senegal that include women in the decision-making process, improving their lives and that of their families.   Geothermal energy is helping to boost energy access and drive development in countries such as Kenya. Yet geothermal resources are still relatively untapped in developing countries.   This toolkit has been designed to support hands-on climate vulnerability and adaptation assessments of the energy sector.
             
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Rwanda Energy Access   Energy Efficient Cities TRACE   Energy and Gender Workshop   EgypSolarProject
Rwanda Energy Access   Energy Efficient Cities Initiative   Energy and Gender Workshop   Egypt Solar Mix
             
Rwanda's government is working with ESMAP, the World Bank, and other donors to expand the country's power supply and access for residents.   Cities, particularly the rapidly expanding cities of the developing world, are engines of economic growth.   Energy and Gender Capacity Building Workshop in South Asia.   Solar-thermal plant in Kuraymat promises independent renewable energy for Egypt and North Africa.
             
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ESMAP Five minute video   ESMAP 30th Anniversary        
             

Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP)

ESMAP is providing the world with clean and safe energy solutions for poverty reduction and economic growth.

 

30th Anniversary

Current and former managers and staff discuss the launching of the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program, its transitions over the years, and its successes.

 

       
             

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