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  • Reports on Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE)

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    Reports on Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE)

    Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE)

    After we conducted global research on the dangers faced by women collecting firewood in refugee settings, we produced guidelines to ensure safe access to cooking fuel. Read our reports and guidelines.

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    We Have No Choice: Safe Access to Firewood in DRC

    The Women's Refugee Commission and the World Food Programme conducted an assessment in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo on access to cooking fuel. This report covers their findings and recommendations.

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    Cooking Fuel Saves Lives

    In complex emergencies, the humanitarian system tends to address issues of concern by focusing on individual sectors, such as health or food. However, the Women's Refugee Commission has found that when it comes to cooking fuel, an integrated approach is essential. Recognizing the cross-sectoral nature of cooking fuel, the Women's Refugee Commission and the InterAgency Standing Committee Task Force on Safe Access to Firewood and alternative Energy in Humanitarian Settings (SAFE task force) developed a framework outlining the key fuel-related challenges and solutions across eight sectors of humanitarian response. This comprehensive and holistic approach to all eight sectors is necessary to ensure that displaced women and their families have safe access to appropriate cooking fuel. Below is information on the camp coordination and camp management sector.

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    Cooking Fuel Needs in Haiti: A Rapid Assessment

    The Women's Refugee Commission and the World Food Programme undertook an assessment of cooking fuel needs in post-earthquake Haiti. This report contains the findings and recommendations.

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    IASC: Safe Decision Trees

    Task Force on Safe Access to Firewood & Alternative Energy in Humanitarian Settings

    Task force on safe access to firewood and alternative energy in humanitarian settings.

    Decision Tree Diagrams on Factors Affecting Choice of Fuel Strategy in Humanitarian Settings

    IASC: Matrix on Agency Roles & Responsibilites for a Coordinated, Multi-Sectoral Fuel Strategy thumbnail

    IASC: Matrix on Agency Roles & Responsibilites for a Coordinated, Multi-Sectoral Fuel Strategy

    Task Force on Safe Access to Firewood & Alternative Energy in Humanitarian Settings

    The collection, supply and/or use of firewood and alternative energy – and consequences thereof, such as rape, murder, environmental degradation and indoor air pollution leading to respiratory infections – is a multi-sectoral issue which cannot be effectively addressed by a singularly-mandated agency or cluster acting alone.

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    Fuel-Efficient Stoves: Report from Workshop in Darfur

    On September 25, 2007, a participatory workshop for 30 internally displaced women in Darfur on the subject of fuel-efficient stoves (FES) was facilitated by CHF and the Women's Commission/International Rescue Committee(IRC). The next day, an information-sharing workshop on FES programming for FES service providers and other NGOs, UN agencies, government ministries and other interested parties was held.