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Appropriate energy technologies for food utilisation in refugee camps and informal settlements: overview, selection criteria and pilot case studies.

Posted by: COOPI Energy

Modified date: 10/12/2017

Appropriate energy technologies for food utilisation in refugee camps and informal settlements: overview, selection criteria and pilot case studies.

Categories

Field of reference of topic: Cooking, Preservation

Relevant sectors: Nutrition, Food Security

Level of course/training: Beginner, Intermediate

Venue of training: E-learning

Cost of course/training: Nutrition, Food Security


Description

The course provides an overview of the linkage between energy technologies and food utilization (food preparation and preservation) in humanitarian contexts. It is structured in five modules: (i) Access to sustainable energy as leverage to development and human rights’ enjoyment; (ii) Access to energy in refugee/IDP camps and informal settlements; (iii) Energy and food in refugee/IDP camps and informal settlements; (iv) Energy technologies for food preparation and conservation; (v) Identification of appropriate technologies for preparation and preservation: the SET4food decision support system (DSS).

Starting and ending date

From 10/12/2017 to 10/12/2017

Language(s)

English, Français, Español

Duration

Variable