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Energy Policy Coronavirus is not the only global health crisis. Just ask ½ billion people

An estimated 400 million people depend on health facilities that have no access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. A further 100 million are pushed into poverty every year as a result of health care expenditures. Is coronavirus the real threat to global health?

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2 billion people—almost a third of humanity—lack access to reliable energy. Power for All is a global coalition of 200 private and public organizations campaigning to deliver universal energy access before 2030 through the power of decentralized, renewable electricity.
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Fact Sheets Fact Sheet: Grid still failing access in India

According to a new report by Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy, despite improved access to electricity in rural Jharkhand, affordability, quality and reliability challenges persist. Even when connections are given for free, 10% of the population still choose to stay unconnected.

Campaign Updates Campaign Update: March 2020

We launched the Twaake integrated electrification initiative in Uganda, convened a clean cooking workforce focus group in Kenya, and participated in a sustainable energy in Africa webinar. Also, look out for our upcoming webinar with the Malabo Montpellier Panel on mini-grids and agriculture.

Asia Women's energy entrepreneurship has the potential to address SDGs

SELCO has been working with community women in rural India to be on-the-ground business associates for DRE products.

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Energy Policy Coronavirus is not the only global health crisis. Just ask ½ billion people

An estimated 400 million people depend on health facilities that have no access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. A further 100 million are pushed into poverty every year as a result of health care expenditures. Is coronavirus the real threat to global health?

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Fact Sheets Fact Sheet: Grid still failing access in India

According to a new report by Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy, despite improved access to electricity in rural Jharkhand, affordability, quality and reliability challenges persist. Even when connections are given for free, 10% of the population still choose to stay unconnected.

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Energy Policy SDG7 needs greater South-South cooperation

As the United Nations gathers in New York to deliberate climate action and the sustainable development goals (SDGs), including SDG7, we must ask ourselves: how is the Global South best served?

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