A collaborative literature review project was conducted with Johns Hopkins University (JHU), Babson College and International Center for Research on Women.  This project resulted in a policy brief “Best practices for education and training to advance women’s entrepreneurship”. The primary objectives were to collect evidence 1) that women’s energy entrepreneurship advances energy access for all 2) that women’s energy entrepreneurship is good for women’s equality and their families and 3) of existing best practices to support women’s entrepreneurship within the energy sector.

Download the resource here: Best Practices for education and training to advance women’s energy entrepreneurship


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