Joining the Dots: Fuel Subsidies, Reform, Targeting and Poor Women

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ENERGIA, the international network on gender and sustainable energy, in its May 2016 newsletter, features SPACES FOR CHANGE’s energy and gender research in Nigeria.

SPACES FOR CHANGE, along with project partners’ research focuses on understanding the way energy subsidy policies and reforms do or do not bring about improved access to cooking and lighting fuels – liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), kerosene and electricity – and what this means for women in low-income households.

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