The Political Economy of Energy Access in Africa and South Asia
This project consisted of three components:
Results and Challenge Function for the Tanzania Inclusive Institutions Programme
Gareth Williams and Jonathan Kydd are supporting DFID Tanzania to monitor a suite of programmes referred to as Inclusive Institutions. The largest programme is the Palladium implemented Institutions for Inclusive Development (I4ID) Programme. The Policy Practice Results and Challenge team has advised DFID and the programmes on the development of their results frameworks, focussing in particular on enabling the programmes to document clear results consistent with their theories of change, as well as creating space for flexible and adaptive programming.
Global Village Energy Partnership - Strategic Advice
This study is to advise The Global Village Energy Partnership (GVEP ) about the pre-feasibility of setting up two African Regional Hubs (one in West and one in East Africa) to increase poor people’s access to modern energy services using a “market” approach, working with potential suppliers, users and other stakeholders to promote improved access to services.