Promoting Women’s Employment through an Innovative Distribution Model

This case study explores the training, distribution and support model employed by LivelyHoods, a non-profit organization founded in 2011 that trains and employs women and youth living in informal settlements as sales agents to distribute clean energy technologies and household products (improved cookstoves, solar lamps, water filters and household appliances) within their communities.

The goal is to provide evidence of the vital role of women in clean energy initiatives, allowing for the prioritization of their involvement across the household clean energy value chain.

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