The 2022 Sustainable Energy for ALL (SEforALL) Forum will bring together people from different parts of the world physically and virtually, to take stock of progress, showcase success and identify solutions to achieve faster, broader gains towards sustainable energy for all. According to the organizers, it is a platform to broker new partnerships, spur investment, address challenges and drive action towards realizing
The Climate Action Network International (CAN I) Festival of Ideas held on March 14, 2022 was a day full of exciting events hosted in parallel to one another.
Wetlands in Uganda and East Africa in general play a great part in the livelihoods for millions of communities. It is for this reason that a number of steps at national and local levels have been taken in line with the global response to sustainably manage them. Practical steps like co-management arrangements for example have been known to raise the profile of wetlands amongst communities, while providing duty bearers in Government with a platform to continuously engage with other stakeholders for the longevity of these resources.
The Catalogue for Local Sustainable Solutions for East Africa is a collection of most successful local sustainable solutions available in East Africa for addressing challenges related to energy poverty (for cooking and lighting), water scarcity, transportation and food insecurity.
The International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE) Network Partners organized a side event at the UN Climate Change Conference COP 26, hosted by the UK in partnership with Italy that took place on November 5, at the Loch Lomond auditorium in the Scottish Event Campus. The Event was titled ‘Local Climate Solutions & Eco-Village Development, 100% RE in NDCs, East Africa, South Asia, and Europe’ had presentations from Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Europe, UK, Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Srilanka.
Civil Society Organizations under the umbrella of the International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE East Africa) coordinated by SusWatch Kenya, TaTEDO - Centre for Sustainable Energy Services, Tanzania, and Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development shared their joint position ahead of the 26th Conference of Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), due to take place in November 2021, in Glasgow, UK
In Tanzania, preparations for the 2021 Global Climate Talks (COP26), have already taken place through a series of meetings organized by different stakeholders including civil society and Government.
The East African Community (EAC) Secretary General, Hon. (Dr.) Peter Mathuki held a virtual discussion on his 100 days in office (he assumed on 27th April, 202)1, and his priorities for the region for the next 5 years. He touched on a number of socio-economic and political issues affecting the region.
INFORSE Partners highlight Local Climate and Energy Solutions from East Africa and South Asia at the UN HLPF 2021 THE EAST AFRICAN SUSWATCH E-BULLETIN JULY 2021
Health centers need Low cost reliable renewable energy access to power equipment. Photo: JEEP The high-level political forum on sustainable development (HLPF) is the
core United Nations platform for follow-up and review of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 SDGs.
On June 22, 2021, INFORSE Network and Grameen Shakti (Bangladesh) in cooperation with INFORSE Regional and National Coordinators in East Africa, South Asia, and Europe organised a virtual side event during the High Level Dialogue on Energy (June 21 – 25, 2021) to mobilize actions as a major milestone on the road to the High-level Dialogue on Energy (HLDE) in September 2021.