Energy and Gender for Sustainable Development: A Toolkit and Resource Guide
2.1 What are the Linkages between Gender and Energy?
2.2 What Are the Energy Needs of Women in Developing Countries?
2.3 How are Gender and Energy Related to Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals?
2.4 What Lessons Have Been Learned About Gender and Energy from Project Level Experiences?
2.5 What Can be Done to Create Gender-Sensitive Energy Policies?
2.6 How Can Innovative Financing Schemes Expand Women’s Access to Energy?
2.7 Encouraging Women’s Involvement in Energy Decision Making and Use of Energy Technologies: What Can Be Done?
3.1 Project Planning Situations
3.2 Project Planning Frameworks
3.3 Indicators Incorporating Gender and Energy Sensitivity
3.4 Sample Project Outlines: Gender and Energy Issues in Various Development Sectors
Table 2.1 Energy Meets Women’s Practical, Productive, and Strategic Needs: Selected Examples
Table 2.2 MDGs: Goals and Targets Related to Energy and Gender
Table 2.3 Sample of Energy-Intensive, Small-Scale Enterprises Operated by Women
Table 2.4 Capacity-Building Needs for Mainstreaming Gender in Energy
Table 2.5 The Gender-Aware Energy Policy Matrix
Table 3.1 Framework for Embedding a Gender and Energy Approach into an Integrated Project Planning Situation
Table 3.2 Framework for Embedding a Gender Approach into a Single Energy Technology Situation
Box 2.1 Women in Bangladesh Make Battery-Powered Lamps
Box 2.2 PV Pump Project in Brazil Relieves Women Drudgery
Box 2.3 Women in Kenya Use Donkeys to Lighten their Load, Increase Income
Box 2.4 Time and Energy to Perform Basic Household Chores: Eastern Zimbabwe
Box 2.5 Women in Bulelavata Design and Implement their Own Micro-Hydro System
Box 2.6 If it’s About Cooking, then Ask the Women: Biogas Project in India
Box 2.7 India: Engaging with Women Brings Success to Stove Project
Box 2.8 Solar Dryers Help Women Market their Produce
Box 2.9 ENSIGN Project Finances Micro-Entreprises
Box 2.10 Training Women in PV Operations Gives Better Results
Box 2.11 The South African Women’s Budget Initiative
Box 2.12 Kenya and Malawi: Training Women to Produce Energy
Box 3.1 The Multifunctional Platform in Mali