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4 Jul 2018

Kanyinke Sena

Best practice in community engagement in energy projects: Case studies from Kenya, Tanzania & Haiti

Developing countries will account for more than 65% of world energy consumption by 2040 from 54% in 2010... Affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all, is not only critical for the eradication of extreme poverty in developing countries, but will also be essential for the elimination of avoidable child deaths, achievement of universal secondary education, more inclusive growth, gender equity and sustainable land-use among other UN Sustainable Development Goals... [A]s energy demand expands, the energy market is evolving from traditional sources like coal and hydropower, towards lower carbon, renewable energy sources...Violations against communities have included violent evictions from their lands and the lack of benefits from energy projects developed in their territories. This report... combines experiences from three cases studies on constructive community engagement in the design and development of energy access projects. The case studies were undertaken in Kenya, Tanzania and Haiti.