Reaching unserved refugee markets in Uganda: Insights from case studies on energy access


The majority of Uganda’s 1M+ refugees lack access to clean and affordable energy. An opportunity exists for the private sector to collaborate with humanitarian organizations and development partners to provide market-based solutions and improve livelihoods in a commercially viable way. This report summarizes energy access case studies on private sector engagement in humanitarian settings and provides key insights and learnings to inform future activities.

Contact the UOMA team if you have any feedback or interest in partnering to further explore providing energy access to Ugandan refugee markets.

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