This programme provides the solutions needed by governments and their partners to increase investment in health facility electrification efforts.
COVID-19 has brought into sharp focus the inequalities and vulnerabilities of health systems across the world. Long before the pandemic made daily headlines, the lack of reliable power in healthcare facilities was undermining the quality of healthcare for millions of people in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) will drive the powering healthcare agenda by equipping governments and their development partners with the evidence and solutions to achieve universal electrification of health facilities by 2030.
- Stronger commitments and policies from governments and their development partners to address the lack of reliable power in health facilities by equipping decision-makers with the evidence and data to make informed policy decisions and take action
- Increased public and private investments in health facility electrification by cultivating new and innovative business models and financing mechanisms
- Improved sustainability of interventions through technical assistance and business model innovations
- Successful country-level health facility electrification programmes that can act as a source of knowledge and inspiration for other countries
This catalogue serves the purpose of connecting stakeholders from the energy and health sectors with solutions providers, to help meet the energy needs of healthcare facilities in response to COVID-19 and beyond.
This report supports decision makers in the public and private sector design sound off-grid electrification projects for rural schools and health centers by helping them evaluate the most effective and appropriate delivery model for their specific country context.