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作者 Mihyo, B
書名 The Gender-Energy Nexus in Eastern and Southern Africa
出版項 Oxford : Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern & Southern Africa (OSSREA), 2015
©2015
國際標準書號 9789994455966 (electronic bk.)
9789994455843
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (324 pages)
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附註 Cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Acronyms -- About Authors -- Introduction -- Chapter One - The Gender-Energy Nexus in Zimbabwe -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Methodology -- 1.2 Organisation of the Chapter -- 2. Theoretical Framework -- 3. The Zimbabwe Background -- 3.1 The Energy Sector in Zimbabwe -- 3.2 The Gender-Energy Nexus in Zimbabwe -- 3.4 The Chipendeke Micro-hydropower Project -- 3.5 Observations from Zimbabwe's Experience -- 3.6 Lessons Learnt -- 4. Conclusion -- 5. Recommendations -- Notes -- References -- Chapter Two - Gender-Energy Nexus in Ethiopia: An Analytical Review -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 The Study Context -- 1.2 The Problem Statement -- 1.3 Study Objectives -- 1.4 Study Methodology -- 1.5 Organisation of the Chapter -- 2. Literature Review and Conceptual Framework -- 3. Gender Analysis of Nationla Energy Policy of Ethiopia -- 3.1 The Millennium Development Goals Contextualised to Ethiopia -- 3.2 National Policy Frameworks -- 3.3 National Women's Policy -- 3.4 National Policy on Education and Training -- 3.5 The National Energy Policy within Gender Perspective -- 4. Gender Implications of Energy and Demand -- 4.1 The Potential Sources of Energy in Ethiopia -- 4.2 Access to Energy and Electrification Status in Ethiopia -- 5. Gender and Improved Energy Technology -- 5.1 Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Electricity Applications -- 5.2 Modern Cooking Stoves -- 5.3 Biogas Energy Development -- 5.4 Mini Off-grid Hydropower Development -- 6. Conclusions and Policy Implications -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter Three - The Gender-Energy Nexus in Tanzania: Assesing Rural Electrification in the Context of Gender Mainstreaming among Women -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Conceptual and Theoretical Issues on Gender and Energy in Tanzania -- 3. Results, Analysis and Discussion
3.1 Rural Electrification, Health-related Risks and the KIllings of Alleged Witches -- 3.2 Gender Mainstreaming in Energy Policies and Energy Projects in Rural Tanzania -- 3.3 Women's Perceptions on Rural Electrification Project -- 3.4 Rural Electrification and Gender: The Challenges -- 3.5 Rural Women and Future Energy Aspirations -- 4. Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter Four - Towards a Gender Transformative Agenda? A Critique of Gender Mainstreaming in Energy Policy in Kenya -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Problem Statement -- 1.2 Purpose of the Study -- 1.3 Study Questions -- 1.4 Methodology -- 2. Conceptual Literature -- 2.1 The Capability Approach to Gender and Development -- 2.2 Gender Mainstreaming Approaches in the Context of Energy Policy -- 3. Energy Policy, Legal and Regulatory Frameworks -- 3.1 Macro-Policy Environment for Gender Mainstreaming -- 3.2 Content Analysis of Kenya's Energy Policy -- 3.2.1 Gender Components of the Overall Policy Objectives -- 3.2.2 Positioning of Gender in Policy Framework: Gender as "A Cross-cutting Issue -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter Five - Community Perspectives on the Demand, Availability and Accessibility of Energy Resources in Swaziland: A Case Study of Sinceni on Deforestation -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Background -- 1.2 Case for Action -- 1.3 Objectives -- 1.4 Methodology -- 1.4.1 Selection of Study Area -- 1.4.2 Sample Size -- 1.4.3 Data Collection -- 1.4.4 Data Analysis -- 2. Literature Review -- 2.1 Causes of Deforestation -- 2.1.1 Proximate Causes -- 2.1.2 Underlying Causes -- 3. Findings and Discussion -- 3.1 Findings -- 3.1.1 Demographic -- 3.1.2 Sources of Fuel -- 3.1.3 Causes of Deforestation -- 3.1.4 The Impact -- 3.1.5 Coping Strategies by the Community -- 3.2 Discussion -- 4. Conclusion and Recommendations -- 4.1 Conclusion -- 4.2 Recommendations
References -- Chapter Six - Gender Equity and household Decision-Making in Alternative Energy Technologies Adoption: A Case of Access to Biogas Technology in Central Tanzania -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Background to the Study -- 1.2 Statement of the Problem -- 1.3 Methodology -- 1.4 Organisation of the Chapter -- 2. Theoretical Literature Review -- 2.1 Theoretical Framework for Technology Adoption -- 2.2 Gender and Energy -- 3. Findings and Discussion -- 3.1 Energy Situation in Central Tanzania -- 3.2 The Extent of Biogas Adoption in Dodoma Region -- 3.3 People's Awareness of Biogas Technology -- 3.3 Acess to Information and Support Services for Uptake of Biogas Technology -- 3.4 Involvement of Men and Women in Biogas Activities -- 4. Conclusions and Recommendations -- References -- Chapter Seven - Cooking Fuel in Sudan: Utilisation Patterns, Health Hazards and Cleaner Fuel Adoption -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Conceptual Framework -- 3. Findings -- 4. Conclusion and Recommendations -- 4.1 Conclusions -- 4.2 Recommendations -- References -- Chapter Eight - Turning Challenges into Opportunities in Household Energy Demand: Women Tiftif Makers in Yeka Sub-city, Addis Ababa -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Methodological Preliminaries -- 1.2 Organisation of the Study -- 2. Literature Review and Theoretical Framework -- 2.1 Empirical Literature -- 2.2 Theoretical Framework -- 3. Data Analysis and Discussion -- 3.1 Biographical Sketches of Respondents -- 3.2 Household Energy Demand and Consumption -- 3.2.1 The Genesis of "Tifitf -- 3.2.2 The Purpose of "Tifitf -- 3.2.3 The Efficiency -- 3.4 The Impact of TifTif on Women's Lives -- 3.4.1 Economic Impact of "Tiftif -- 3.5 Challenges of Tiftif Production -- 4. Conclusions and Recommendations -- 4.1 Conclusions -- 4.2 Recommendations -- Notes -- References
Chapter Nine - Gender-Sensitive Clean Energy Technologies for Sustainable Development amongst Pastoralist Maasai Communites, Kenya -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Statement of the Problem -- 1.2 Objectives -- 2. Literature Review -- 2.1 Women and the Energy Crisis -- 2.1.1 Gendered Roles and Energy Use -- 2.2 Climate Change and Energy -- 2.2.1 Renewable Energy as an Option to Minigate Climate Change for Sustainable Development -- 2.2.2 Barriers to Development of Renewable Energy -- 2.3 Kenya Energy Policy and Renewable Energy -- 2.3.1 Status of Renewable Sources of Energy in Kenya -- 2.4 Rural Household Energy Choices in Kenya -- 2.5 Conceptual Framework -- 3. Study Area Description and Methodology -- 3.1 The Study Areas -- 3. Methodology -- 4. Results and Discussion -- 4.1 Household Energy Use -- 4.1.1 Effects of Wood fuel Use on Women -- 5. Conclusion -- 6. Recommendations -- References -- Chapter Ten - Bridging the Gender Gap in Access to Energy in East Africa: A Needs-Based Approach -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Problem Addressed in the Chapter -- 3. Methodology -- 4. Energy and the Poor in Africa -- 5. Hazards of the Traditional Cooking Stove -- 6. East African Community Policies Aimed at Increasing Access to Energy Resources -- 6.1 Kenya Energy Policy -- 6.1.1 Kenya's Progress on Reaching the EAC Strategy Targets -- 6.2 tanzania's Energy Policies and Efforst to Meet the EAC Goals and Targets -- 6.2.1 An Overview of Tanzania's Energy Policies -- 6.2.2 Increased Grid-based Electricity Supply in Tanzania, 2005-2015 -- 6.2.3 Rural Electrification in Tanzania -- 6.3 Uganda's Energy Policies and Efforts to Meet the EAC Goals and Targets -- 6.3.1 The Energy Policy Objectives and Guidelines -- 6.3.2 Increasing Access to Energy by Government Agencies -- 6.3.3 Non-state Actors in Increasing Access to Energy in Remote Areas
6.3.4 Barefoot Power Uganda -- 6.3.5 Village Energy -- 7. Challenges to the Goal of 'Energy for All' in the Three Countries -- 8. Addressing the Challenges and Bridging the Gender Gap: Conclusions and Recommendations -- References -- Conclusions and Recommendations -- Back cover
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Mihyo, B. The Gender-Energy Nexus in Eastern and Southern Africa Oxford : Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern & Southern Africa (OSSREA),c2015 9789994455843
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