Nights can be dark for the tens of millions of people uprooted by conflicts or natural disasters around the world. For those who live in vulnerable conditions, the importance of electricity and lighting is a critical necessity – it represents security, health, education and an improved quality of life.
Fragile states, countries that play host to international peacekeeping and humanitarian field operations, often represent the world’s least electrified countries.
Access to Energy and Peace. We’ll be talking about energy access and its impacts on those who live in areas affected by conflict. With: Lisa Jordan, Campaign Director of ShineSherwin Das, Co-Founder of Energy Peace Partners #energyandpeace #SEforALLForum
Posted by Sustainable Energy for All on Thursday, May 3, 2018
In this Facebook Live Session, Shine’s Campaign Director, Lisa Jordan, caught up with Sherwin Das of Energy Peace Partners (EPP) to talk about his innovative new organization that is working to bring energy solutions into humanitarian settings.