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Energy Planning in Kenya: Understanding Perceptions of Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI)
Explicit consideration of marginalized groups – ethnic minorities, women and girls, persons with disabilities, refugees, youth, internally displaced persons, and the elderly – in energy planning is vital to ensure that the benefits of access to modern energy for all are fully realized. Without this, just transitions to climate compatible energy systems cannot be guaranteed. While Kenya has made progress in mainstreaming gender equality, other marginalized groups are often not accounted for indoi:10.5281/zenodo.7056286 fatcat:mzigcmz2snbbfabmaxkqx2weoy