Starting in 2017, RE4R has provided energy access to more than 60,000 refugees, with the aim of building on the project’s implementation in Rwanda and Jordan through learning, evidence and advocacy to “re-shape the humanitarian response”. See here for more information on the project and partners. To mark the end of the project, speakers during the conference will examine the overall humanitarian energy landscape, as well as unpack findings from within the project.
- Look back over the last 4 years to identify if there has been a change in the way humanitarian agencies are addressing energy for displaced people.
- Unpack the impact of the PracticalAction global activities and the lessons learned, see the processes followed and the decisions taken.
- Understand what obstacles remain in the way of delivering better, and more sustainable, solutions.