Rebecca Rewald
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Does providing energy access improve the lives of women and girls? Sort of.

We’ve all see the photos of women and girls in developing countries carrying large bundles of wood on their backs, transporting the fuel they need over long distances in order to prepare meals for their families. Women are recognized to be more prone to the burdens of energy poverty because they’re responsible for tasks that would be made easier and safer if they had access to better energy sources, like liquid petroleum gas (LPG), modern cookstoves, and electricity.  These tasks include…See More
Jul 3, 2017
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Jul 3, 2017

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Job title
Coordinator, Aid and Agriculture
Type of work
Development
Organisation name
Oxfam
Areas of expertise
Aid/development effectiveness, agriculture policy, gender, monitoring evaluation and learning

Rebecca Rewald's Blog

Does providing energy access improve the lives of women and girls? Sort of.

We’ve all see the photos of women and girls in developing countries carrying large bundles of wood on their backs, transporting the fuel they need over long distances in order to prepare meals for their families. Women are recognized to be more prone to the burdens of energy poverty because they’re responsible for tasks that would be made easier and safer if they had access to better energy sources, like liquid petroleum gas (LPG), modern cookstoves, and electricity.  These…

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