A new report urges AREI to ensure transparency and accountability.

The survey was developed by the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) and the African Coalition for Sustainable Energy and Access (ASCEA) in cooperation with Climate Action Network (CAN), Réseau Climat & Développement, Bread for the World, and Germanwatch. Its goal
was to elicit African Civil Society Organisations’ (CSOs) viewpoints and demands with regard to the Africa Renewable Energy Initiative (AREI) and surrounding activities. The survey was designed as a web-based survey and was online from the beginning of October 2016 to the end of December 2016 6. The survey highlighted some issues concerning AREI that were considered important to discuss from development policy and civil society perspective. These issues originated not only from discussions, workshops, and interviews between African and international CSOs but also from official documents (e.g., the AREI framework, the AREI action plan and criteria, the Report presented by Ségolène Royal, etc.).Full Paper

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