Congratulations to Women in Energy members on completing the USAID Power Africa WIAP (Women in African Power) Network Sustainability Training Programme.
Using the Sustainability Roadmap Methodology, USAID Power Africa WIAP worked with representatives of WIEN to conduct a comprehensive and systematic approach to assessing our financial sustainability, and to plan for future sustainability. The Roadmap included both narrative information and worksheets designed to enable us examine our current and future financial needs; to consider a variety of revenue sources, both traditional and nontraditional; and to assess each based on our philosophy and capacity. The methodology consisted of three components: an assessment of Expenses, an assessment of Revenues, and the development of a Sustainability Plan. Each component used specific tools, primarily spreadsheets, designed and refined for this process, along with guided discussions with the WIAP representative.
We are proud of our representatives for participating and completing the USAID Power Africa WIAP Network Sustainability Training Programme.
SUPERNOVA GIRL LAUNCH
As part of efforts to further encourage girl children to study STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), Women in Energy Network (WIEN), flagged up Bille Supernova Girl Scholarship programme and Science Fair initiative to mobilize, inspire and guide the girl children to take special interest in courses of study that will prepare them for great roles in the rapidly changing world. Supernova girl is a WIEN Initiative to encourage and motivate young girls to study STEM related subjects and aspire to work in the energy industry.
Young Girls, especially those in or interested in working in the energy industry Key message(s) we intend to convey at the end of the programme?
This event was covered by various media outlets. Below are links to their reports on the event:
WIEN-REAN AFRICAN GENDER CHARTER
Women in Energy Network (WIEN) in collaboration with Renewable Energy Association of Nigeria (REAN) launches African Gender Charter.
The Charter is designed to promote partnerships and fruitful collaboration in scaling up progress with a clear action focus towards:
Driving the integration of gender perspectives and focus in the energy value chain.
Champion and Promote gender driven initiatives that increase participation of Women and Girls in Energy beyond the role of Users and beneficiaries of energy.
Enabling gender accommodating work environments to reduce the constraints and barriers faced by Women & Girls at work. In order to provide the grounds for gender career growth.
Promote gender-STEM related activities that will ensure increased participation of Girls in Energy in the future.
Interested in signing the charter kindly click the link below to download the charter
WIEN-REAN AFRICAN GENDER CHARTER
Women in Energy Network (WIEN) in collaboration with Renewable Energy Association of Nigeria (REAN) launches Supernova Girl.
Supernova girl is a WIEN Initiative to encourage and motivate young girls to study related subjects and aspire to come into the energy industry.
To Celebrate IWD, in partnership with REAN we aim to bring together the women in energy across Africa to collaborate on a S.M.A.R.T gender inclusion action plan, signing a charter to commit to the action items within a certain timeline.
Day 0 (1 – 3 Days before Conference) School Visit: School visit to enlighten on the importance of STEM and why the girl child should join the energy space and light up Africa:
- WIEN and partners members in their location choose a school anywhere
- Spend 1-hour introducing WIEN/REAN and the industry in general and encouraging them to study related subjects and aspire to work in the industry. Graduate with 1st class or 2.1 class of related degrees and be prepared to specialize in one of the disciplines required in the industry.
- Photographs/Videos (media)
- WIEN/REAN Souvenir & Donation
- Young Girls, especially those in or interested in working in the energy industry Key message(s) we intend to convey at the end of the programme?
- 2021 Global IWD theme is “Choose to Challenge” – Gender Bias, Inequity, Inequality, etc
- Gender Bias
- Inequality & Inequity
- Light up Africa with women’s talent?
- What can women do to extend our footprint in Africa?
To Support the Supernova Girl initiative kindly register here: