Gender considerations in the stakeholder engagement process (REPP webinar)
(Time is UCT)
This webinar is primarily aimed at renewable energy developers in Africa, but will be of interest to environmental consultants, relevant government institutions and NGOs actively working in the sector. Participants can expect to:
- acquire better knowledge and awareness of gender considerations during
the stakeholder engagement process; and,
- access practical tools for effective implementation.
Places limited to the first 100 registrations – book early to avoid disappointment.
Laura Lahti, Impact Manager, Camco Clean Energy – Laura has over 10 years’ experience working with climate change mitigation projects and related capacity building initiatives in African countries. She is responsible for managing REPP projects’ environmental and social impacts, as well as monitoring and evaluating climate and sustainable development effects of the projects.
Virginie Le Masson, Research Associate, Gender Equality & Social Inclusion, Overseas Development Institute – Virginie is specialised in integrating a gender equality perspective in climate and resilience programming. With more than 10 years of experience in conducting research at community level, she provides technical assistance to different stakeholders, from African government representatives to development practitioners, on how to implement more inclusive and equitable projects. She used to act as Gender advisor for the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) for which she developed and facilitated a series of gender integrated planning training.
Natasha Ezekiel, independent gender and social safeguards consultant, Rise Sustainability Consulting – Natasha previously worked at global sustainability consultancy ERM in the UK and in Kenya, and has over 12 years of international development experience across a variety of sectors and challenging geographies in Africa and Eastern Europe. Natasha has developed gender strategies and development plans for clients, as well as has practical ‘hands on’ experience of gender mainstreaming in stakeholder/community engagement and data gathering programmes using participatory techniques.
Will Pearson, Policy Director, Camco Clean Energy – Will advises Camco’s deal team on investment-related policy and regulatory issues and helps devise country and sector strategies for new investments. Prior to joining Camco, Will was director of GET FiT Zambia, a KfW-sponsored programme implementing the 200MW Zambian Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariff (REFiT) Strategy. Before moving to Zambia in 2014, he was a director in the energy practice at Eurasia Group, a political risk consultancy.