The objective of the webinar series is to introduce the topic of e-waste in humanitarian settings and understand the complexities of e-waste management that humanitarian and development organisations are facing at the country level.
Save the date for IOMs second Market Dialogue on Wednesday, 12 October 2022, from 2.00-3.30 pm, where they will be focusing on creating pathways to unlock sustainable energy systems and services for internally displaced persons in Mozambique.
The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development in Uganda has developed a Sustainable Energy Response Plan (SERP) for Refugees and Host Communities with the overall objective to attaining universal access to affordable, reliable, and clean energy for socio-economic transformation in an environmentally sustainable manner in refugee settlements and host communities in Uganda. The SERP will be launched on Thursday 25th August 2022 in Kampala
The webinar will showcase some of the projects WFP are currently working on to promote access to clean and modern energy for cooking, in collaboration with MECS. These cover institutional and displacement settings across East, Southern and Central Africa.
Interested in clean energy solutions in urban displacement? Blended finance solutions to include the private sector in the humanitarian work? Or, what about ensuring green and clean electronic waste management in humanitarian settings?