Energy Compact for Health Facility Electrification
In 2021, during the UN High-level Dialogue on Energy, SEforALL and Power Africa convened several organizations to launch a Multilateral Energy Compact for Health Facility Electrification. This compact provides an ambitious sectoral target for organizations to contribute to, captures a financing need to bridge the energy gap in the health sector and creates a platform for knowledge sharing.
By bringing together key stakeholders in the health-energy sectors and setting a sectoral target, this compact will drive partners to reach a collective ambition of electrifying 35,000 health facilities by 2026 accompanied by 30 national and sub-national assessments related to powering healthcare.
More information can be found here in the case study released by the United Nations.
Clinics to be electrified
National and sub-national assessments to be completed