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The gender - Energy- Poverty NEXUS : finding the energy to address gender concerns in development

  title={The gender - Energy- Poverty NEXUS : finding the energy to address gender concerns in development},
  author={J. Clancy and M. Skutsch and S. Batchelor},
Project administrated by Halcrow Ltd This document is an output from a project funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) for the benefit of developing countries. The views expressed are not necessarily those of DFID. About the authors Dr Joy Clancy is the main author of this paper. She is a Reader in technology transfer with the Technology and Development Group, University of Twente. Her first degree is in Chemistry and she has a PhD in Engineering. Dr Clancy's research… Expand

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