This report provides details of findings from the analysis of data collected in Mchinji district in April 2016 and 2017. In addition, where relevant the assessment compares the baseline scenario
Access to energy can help communities increase the productivity of their labor, earn more income, use household time more efficiently and enhance access to health, education and water.
More than a billion people around the world still lack access to electricity; millions more receive poor and inadequate supplies.
Access to electricity is recognized as fundamental to development, and many efforts are under way across developing countries to scale up access, both in terms of providing basic supply and enablin
The solution to the challenge of financing the scale-up of Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) energy access lies not so much in the development of new initiatives but in the use and redirection of existing appro
An infographic from the NGO Roundtable held in Irish Aid HQ offices in Limerick on 27 August 2015 on Integrating Climate Change into Development Programming: Malawi's Experience.
This is the second in a series of three briefs, Keys to Achieving Universal Energy Access.
This paper investigates the relationship between disasters and energy supply in the
coastal city of Quy Nhon, Vietnam. Although increasing attention is being paid to
After 6 years of Vita (Irish NGO) operating in Eritrea an independent impact assessment was carried out.
This extract on stoves details household and environmental impact.
The Learning Platform was initiated in April 2014 at the Limerick Inception Workshop where a range of themes and learning objectives of interest to Irish Aid were identified.