The Just Energy Transition: Localisation, Decent Work, SMMEs, and Sustainable Livelihoods project is calling for research proposals from Kenya and Ghana.
About the project
The Just Energy Transition project aims to generate policy changes that promote the localisation of renewable energy value chains, while advocating for decent work, gender equity, and sustainable livelihoods.
The transition to low-carbon and climate-resilient economies presents both risks and opportunities. The project focuses on mitigating risks and empowering countries in the Global South to seize and capitalise on the opportunities.
Through research, advocacy, and policy engagement, the project aims to pave the way for a just and sustainable future.
Initial Focus on African Countries Initiating Work in South Africa, Kenya, and Ghana
The project’s work will begin in three African countries: South Africa, Kenya, and Ghana. By examining existing dynamics and development opportunities, it will aim to advance concrete policy proposals.
Call for Research Proposals: Kenya and Ghana
To achieve the ambitious aims of the Just Energy Transition project, we have published two calls for research proposals in Kenya and Ghana. We seek interested organisations or consortia to contribute towards realising our objectives.
Interested organisations in Kenya and Ghana can find more information on scope, key activities, deliverables, time schedule, and submission requirements below.
Expressions of interest that meet the specifications must be received by email to the address below no later than 5:00 pm on Tuesday, 8 August 2023.
Interested organisations may also obtain further information at the address above.
Funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), the project’s core partners include the Institute for Economic Justice, the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), and How We Adapt.