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EnDev strives to share its experience and lessons learned through events, webinars, and publications. As a partnership, EnDev shares news from the energy access network as well.

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    EnDev and GCF show how to produce a climate-friendly cookstove

    The Promotion of Climate-Friendly Cooking: Kenya and Senegal (EnDev/GCF) project is supporting ICS producers in upscaling their production to on the one hand achieve a sustainable long-term market growth of the sector. One of the ICS producers supported by the project is Wakeur Serigne Babacar Sy.

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    Clean Cooking Forum 2022: EnDev shows transformation and innovation within the cooking sector

    EnDev is announced as one of the key sponsors for the Clean Cooking Forum 2022. The conference will convene private sector actors and global leaders for paving the way to further achieving clean cooking for everyone.

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    Raising EnDev’s ambition in terms of gender

    In line with SDG 5, EnDev is striving towards gender-transformative impacts. Thus, EnDev is raising its ambition level in terms of gender to reach its goal of promoting gender equality and women’s self-empowerment.

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    Smoke free villages in rural Cambodia: a behavioural change approach

    To change cooking behaviour by replacing solid fuels with smoke-free alternatives is the goal of the Smoke Free Village (SFV) initiative. The recent report shows positive results.

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    Contributing to SDG7 and learning from each other: IKEA Foundation and EnDev

    Cross-sectoral partnerships are becoming more important in international development cooperation. But how do such partnerships improve the quality and impact of projects, and therefore contribute essentially to achieving the SDGs?

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    A year of recovery: EnDev’s Progress Report 2021

    In its recent Progress Report, EnDev displays its significant achievements in improving access to modern energy for households, enterprises, schools, health and community centres.

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    Hope for rural women affected by COVID-19 in Bangladesh

    The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the livelihoods of millions of people in Bangladesh employed in the ready-made garments (RMG) and poultry sectors, a large percentage of whom are women. Thus, EnDev initiated four COVID-19 response projects.

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    From innovation in cooking energy to results-based financing: Looking back at the SEforALL Forum

    As one of the leading programmes for providing energy access, EnDev was part of the SEforALL Forum in Kigali, Rwanda, from 17 to 19 of May 2022. EnDev’s involvement included sessions on clean cooking as well as the topic of transforming energy access markets.

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    Nexus of modern energy services with connectivity and digital tools in refugee settlements

    Following the first successful call for proposals, the Smart Communities Coalition Innovation Fund (SCCIF) launched its second call for proposals focusing on the nexus of modern energy services with connectivity and digital tools (or both) for refugee-hosting areas in Uganda.

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    EnDev at the SEforALL Forum in Kigali

    Sharing insights, exchanging ideas, and discussing solutions towards realizing SDG 7: As one of the leading programmes for energy access, EnDev will be well represented at the 2022 SEforALL Forum.

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    Increasing awareness and uptake of improved cookstoves among host and refugee communities

    Since 2017, EnDev and SNV have supported the private sector to enter the market in Kakuma and sell solar products and improved cookstoves to the host and refugee communities.

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    A resilient infrastructure at the service of local development: the Hybrid Power Plant of the rural commune of N’Tjiba

    How the hybrid power plant of N’Tjiba, for nearly seven  years, continues to sustainably meet the energy needs in the rural commune of N’Tjiba.