By Caroline Wahome Hivos East Africa in partnership with Nukta Africa and the Energy Change Lab will award a six month fellowship to 20 Tanzania based journalists, with an aim of increasing reportage on renewable energy. The safari will allow journalists to learn about issues such as productive uses of energy, decentralized renewable energy, policies […]
According to National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Tanzania’s population is reaching 52.4 million people, 50% of them aged under 18. How can we create jobs to offer sustainable livelihoods for our youth? The Energy Change Lab is Building Future Energy Leaders, to address the country’s need for jobs as well as address the need for a clean, accessible energy system in Tanzania.
Safari dates: 28th January – 2nd February 2018 What? Tanzania’s energy sector is going through a rapid transition. There are promising developments in energy financing, policy, and entrepreneurship. But as we often see, change can be slow and fragmented. Why is this so? What can Tanzanian entrepreneurs and citizens do to accelerate change? How can […]
Reliable and affordable energy systems for citizens and businesses are crucial for the city’s development. In Dar es Salaam residents experience frequent energy black-outs, expensive, dirty supply, and often no access to energy at all. How can Dar es Salaam’s citizens, civil servants and entrepreneurs transform their energy systems to power their lives and businesses? […]