In the countdown to 2030, it is more urgent than ever that we mobilize the necessary funding, partnerships, and policies to achieve clean cooking for all and accelerate progress toward global climate and development goals.
From October 11-13, the Clean Cooking Alliance (CCA) and the government of Ghana will host the Clean Cooking Forum 2022 in Accra, Ghana. The conference will convene global leaders, policymakers, entrepreneurs, investors, donors, and other key partners to discuss how to accelerate progress in clean cooking.
Join ENERGIA for the panel discussion “Fearless Leadership: Women Building a Better World”
Sheila Oparaocha, ENERGIA Executive Director, will moderate the panel discussion “Fearless Leadership: Women Building a Better World” on October, 12 at 1:30 PM-2:30 PM local time.
This session will delve into the stories and experiences of women working across the clean cooking ecosystem – as policy makers, entrepreneurs and investors – discussing the unique issues impacting women and how we can ensure that women have equal opportunities to lead, participate in and benefit from a just and inclusive energy transition.
Accelerating access to clean cooking is a critical tool for empowering women and advancing gender equality. Women are essential to the widespread adoption and use of clean cooking solutions. Their agency as household decision makers and consumers should not be underestimated. Their involvement as employees & entrepreneurs helps businesses thrive. Their leadership in policy and finance is essential to achieving progress at scale.
For more information and to register for the event, please visit the Clean Cooking Forum website here.