Nigeria’s energy crisis not only hampers its industrial and economic growth but also affects the daily lives of its citizens. Women and children are greatly impacted as a result of persistent energy challenges, especially in rural areas. Many communities in Nigeria remain unconnected to the national grid, and some that are connected receive inadequate service, exacerbating the difficulties faced in sustaining a daily livelihood.
In this fact sheet, we shed light on the dire consequences of the energy deficit on rural women. We’ve compiled these facts, sourced from various energy research studies and articles, accompanied by visual aids. Additionally, the fact sheet also has actionable recommendations aimed at informing government and private sector stakeholders about the challenges and taking proactive steps to address them. Get your copy from the hyperlink below.