Analyze existing information (secondary sources) or carry out targeted surveys, in order to: - identify beneficiaries, in detail: i) # of households, sex of the household's head, members of the household, socio-economic status; ii) # of businesses led by men/women and sectors within which they operate. - review potential for energy saving for: i) households led by men/women. Will they be able to equally access the purchasing of energy-efficient technology, or funds for the purchasing of energy-efficient appliances? ii) businesses led by men/women and sectors within which they operate. In some cases, it is possible for this businesses to operate within different industrial sectors (e.g., construction vs tourism sector). Will they be able to equally access the purchasing of energy-efficient technology/machinery? - review representation and labor force within the sector (institutions, businesses, etc.), disaggregated by sex.
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Statistics and baselines resulting from the assessment
- Sex-disaggregated data about beneficiaries (male/female–headed households and businesses led by women/men)
- Femininity index of poverty
- Energy consumption/expenditure per female/male-headed household
- Vulnerable households rate, disaggregated by head-of-household's sex
- Do non-married/married men and non-married/married women hold equal property rights?
- Sectors most affected by the energy sector's inefficiency and/or businesses led by men/women with high energy expenditures due to inefficiencies
- Labor force within the sector (institutions, businesses, etc.), disaggregated by sex