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April 2017


On 11 May at the Vienna Energy Forum, we're launching a Call to Action to fast-track off-grid electrification in Africa. Through this call we aim to attract partners to disseminate 5 million Lighting Global certified entry-level solar products to 5 countries in 5 years. Join us!




From PPPs to PPPPs


Too often, public-private partnerships (PPPs) offer top-down solutions with smallholders as beneficiaries, rather than co-creators of sustainable partnerships in which all stakeholders find solutions together. The PPPP model proposes a more inclusive approach. 


Meet Ofelia, the girl who dreams in green


After enrolling in the Opportunities for Youth Employment (OYE) project, many participants establish producer associations that help them improve their livelihoods. Ofelia Bernardo Morais (21 years old) also joined one. Read her story. 




Universal access to sanitation & hygiene services


In a recent Dgroup discussion we talked about what works in universal WASH access and which groups are still to be adequately or equitably reached by current service delivery models, particularly in areas where sanitation coverage is increasing. Read more.


The health of economically disempowered people


In Bangladesh, the majority of the population lives on less than $1/day, with multiple health hazards affecting the quality of their lives. We are working with women in the Ready Made Garment industry to address their Sexual Reproductive Health Rights and with septic tank emptiers to improve their health and safety and working conditions. Learn more.




Sectors call to join forces to achieve energy access


Last month at the SEforAll Forum, representatives from governments, private sector and civil society called for intensified partnerships between sectors in order to accelerate progress towards energy access for low income households in rural areas. Read the outcomes of the meeting.


Highlights from our SEforAll Forum session


Results Based Finance (RBF) can work as a useful accelerator to stimulate private sector investment in the energy sector in developing countries and increase access to energy. This was one of the outcomes of our session at the SEforAll Forum. Read an overview of the discussions.


Incentivising the private sector to #EndEnergyPoverty in Vietnam


In Vietnam, more than half of the population still rely on solid fuels for cooking. Through the ‘Market Acceleration of Advanced Clean Cookstoves in the Greater Mekong Sub-region’ project we aim to trigger the sales of improved cookstoves in the country. Read how.


Innovations Against Poverty challenge fund: open for calls


We are looking for inclusive business proposals which aim to improve the lives of low income people, deliver commercial benefits for the private sector and empower young people and women. The first round of calls is open until 24 July 2017.
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