Publication - Energy, Gender and GBV in Emergencies: State of Principles, Knowledge and Practice
Energy, Gender and GBV in Emergencies: State of Principles, Knowledge and Practice
Aimee Jenks, Boram Lee, Dale Buscher, Cecilia Ragazzi, Kevin McNulty, Shanti Kleiman, Christine Heckmen, Sonia Rastogi, Elizabeth Morrissey, Emily Sloane, Haifa Ungapen, Jake Zarins, Karen Arnold, Megan Gerrard, Nicole Silvya Bouris, Rachel Hastie & Rafaella Bellanca
This report synthesizes the current state of knowledge and practice around energy access in emergencies and how access to energy intersects with gendered opportunities and GBV risks faced by women and girls living through emergencies. The report incorporates findings from 28 global expert interviews and a literature review that examined the growing body of guidance and research on energy access in emergencies. This report is also grounded by two case studies on the state of practice in Jordan and Uganda, which include findings from interviews and conversations with 182 refugees and host community members, 16 market actors, and 20 humanitarian practitioners.