This campaign brings together the health care and energy sectors to power rural health facilities in underserved regions with distributed clean energy. By creating powerful evidence and messages to raise awareness and build national consensus, the campaign aims to help countries achieve universal health care for all.
Reliable power supply is critical in order to improve rural community health. Powering health centers with decentralized renewable energy can solve this problem quickly and affordably and improve health outcomes for rural communities.
Some recent and upcoming events we will be attending worldwide:
13 October 2020: Launch of WHO guidance for climate resilient and environmentally sustainable health care facilities
26 August 2020: Strengthening Health Infrastructure in Jharkhand through DRE (CEED)
5 August 2020: National Action Roundtable on Powering Rural Health Care with Clean Energy in India
Amid the disruptions caused by the pandemic, the energy sector has showcased agility by developing new strategies to help its survival in the new landscape. Leaders have also seized the moment and stayed ahead through strategic planning and change management. Power for All campaign coordinators share their experiences and how we responded to the crisis.