By Sixbert Mwanga and Onditi Msololo, Climate Action Network Tanzania
By Sarah Best, senior researcher in IIED’s Shaping Sustainable Markets research group.
For Tanzania to meet its energy needs – and in a way that is sustainable – huge levels of finance are required to boost its decentralised energy sector. But the latest research shows current funding flows are way off target.
By Tatu Mmanga, NGSEN
The National Gender and Sustainable Energy Network (NGSEN) started in Tanzania in 1998, and joined ACCESS in 2016. It aims to meet the challenges entrenched in gender and energy.
Whilst working on energy access in Tanzania, NGSEN has had many challenges and successes. This blog gives a summary of what they have achieved and what they continue to work towards.