Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) poses a significant threat to public health globally, exacerbated by zoonotic epidemic risk (diseases which originate in animals and are passed to humans), climate change and the release of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and genes into the environment.
A clean energy transition that improves the lives of marginalized groups and communities has emerged as a key driver for achieving many of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris climate goals.
If the smallholder farming communities in Africa are to continually adapt to the impacts of climate change as well as sustain their lives and livelihoods, more systematic and easily accessible knowledge and information sharing from credible sources is required.
This project aims to reduce the gender gap in the energy sector in West Africa consistent with the policy for gender mainstreaming in energy access of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).
This project is part of a cohort of new research projects in Latin America and the Caribbean and the Middle East and North Africa to support research on the understudied area of the interface between mental health and sexual and reproductive health and rights.