Productive Uses of Energy and Gender in the Street Food Sector in Rwanda, Senegal and South Africa

  • Nthabiseng Mohlakoana (Creator)



‘Productive Uses of Energy and gender in the Street Food Sector’, is a title of our four year project which is part of the DFID funded ENERGIA Gender and Energy Research programme. This research focuses on male and female owned micro enterprises preparing and selling food in Rwanda, Senegal and South Africa. This sector provides livelihoods for many women and men in these countries and this project provides the gender and energy nexus analysis. One of the primary goals of this project is to influence energy policy making and implementation in the focus countries.

gender, street food sector, energy use, informal enterprises
Date made available28 Nov 2018
Temporal coverage2017 - 2017
Date of data production31 Dec 2018
Geographical coverageRwanda, Senegal, South Africa

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