Gender and energy at center stage in Covid-19 battle. Powering a more gender equal recovery

By: International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy (ENERGIA)Language: English Publisher: (Lugar de publicación no identificado) ENERGIA, 2020Description: 11 páginas. ilustracionesContent type: texto Media type: computadora Carrier type: recurso en líneaSubject(s): Género | Mujeres | Energía | Covid-19DDC classification: 305.03 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: Women are on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. They need modern and affordable energy to keep up the fight and support the recovery, to make their communities and businesses more resilient for the next pandemic. The coronavirus crisis is putting an unprecedented and enormous strain on the global economy and public health systems, and on the energy supply and access systems that support them. This brief is a first look at some critical areas where ENERGIA and its national and international Partners plan to support the international fight against the coronavirus pandemic and its impacts on gender and energy, while also ensuring future resilience and progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - particularly SDG 5 on gender and SDG 7 on energy.
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Women are on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. They need modern and affordable energy to keep up the fight and support the recovery, to make their communities and businesses more resilient for the next pandemic. The coronavirus crisis is putting an unprecedented and enormous strain on the global economy and public health systems, and on the energy supply and access systems that support them. This brief is a first look at some critical areas where ENERGIA and its national and international Partners plan to support the international fight against the coronavirus pandemic and its impacts on gender and energy, while also ensuring future resilience and progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - particularly SDG 5 on gender and SDG 7 on energy.

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