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English: This guide outlines why integrating gender into monitoring and evaluation (M&E) makes good commercial sense, and the best practices for integrating gender into the M&E of a clean energy solution (CES).

Collecting good data is only the beginning—using data about how a CES technology is positively impacting the quality of life, well-being, incomes, and productivity for male and female farmers, as well as small and medium enterprises, can be powerful and profitable.

The guide includes an illustrative list of gender-descriptive indicators to assess the impact of a CES on women and men.

Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development




Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development


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