In the face of increasingly economically, socially and environmentally vulnerable populations, ENDA Energy is a space where all stakeholders - researchers, policy makers, project developers, civil society actors - can soak up multidimensional issues and propose alternatives where people are able to cope, adapt and develop in a more endogenous and sustainable way and thus become the own actors of their development.
ENDA Energy was born in the 1970s, starting from the analysis of energy problems in development, mainly in terms of needs and appropriate technologies. More recently, the implementation of multilateral environmental agreements and their consideration in development and the fight against poverty have reshaped the objectives and strategic thrusts of the Program.
Universal access to sustainable energy services and capacity building for vulnerable populations in the face of environmental crises, particularly in Africa.
ENDA Energie supports the transformation processes of African economies on the political, social, economic and technological levels:
Promoting access to sustainable energy services for the poor;
Support to development practitioners in the implementation of multilateral environmental agreements (climate change, desertification, biodiversity);
Promotion of inclusive consultation for equity, climate justice and the development of citizenship.