Engendering Industries' Participant Yanela Zapata Garcia Featured in Gender Policy Announcement
Administrator Power launched the 2023 Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Policy, which provides the vision for USAID’s work to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment around the world.
Jordan’s First Female Power Executive
MEDIUM - USAID’s Engendering Industries program supports partner Reem Hamdan to become the first woman power executive in Jordan’s history.
White House Report Spotlights Engendering Industries
A White House progress report on advancing the National Strategy on Gender and Equality highlights Engendering Industries’ work in expanding women’s participation in male-dominated sectors.
Administrator Power at the Launch of First U.S. Strategy on Global Women’s Economic Security
USAID Administrator Samantha Power announced the roll out of the Gender Equity and Equality Action (GEEA) Fund, and cited the achievements of the #EngenderingIndustries program.
5 Ways USAID Empowers Women as Leaders Against the Climate Crisis
With a seat at the table, women contribute to decision making on natural resources and climate solutions.
The Business Case for Gender Equality
Research shows that gender diverse companies outperform industry standards by 25 percent. Engendering Industries helps partners identify a business case for gender equality, ensuring leaders know how gender equality improves business outcomes.
“It’s not about muscles”
Grace Karuiru, from Engendering Industries program partner Kenya Power, on how she has defied odds to excel in engineering.
From Lineman to Lineworker: How Women Are Breaking Boundaries in the Energy Sector
Gender equality improves the lives of girls and women — and the global economy as a whole
Gender Equity and Women’s Employment in Electric Utilities
A research program funded by the UK's DFID profiles three of USAID’s Engendering Industries partners and their success in improving gender equality in the workplace: EDCO (Jordan); EVN (North Macedonia); and EKEDC (Nigeria).
Girl Power! Leveling the Playing Field for Women in Energy
Excluding women from energy careers hurts developing countries’ power sectors and limits opportunities for growth. Here are three things USAID is doing to help.
Translating Policy into Action
Supporting Women and Girls’ Equitable Participation in the Energy Sector in sub-Saharan Africa
Women in Energy: Agnes is the Chief Planning Officer for Engendering Industries program partner, Kenya Power.
Women in Energy: Aneta is the Head of Human Resources for Engendering Industries program partner, EVN Macedonia.
Lighting the Career Path for Girls in the Energy Sector
‘Bring Your Daughter To Work Day’ events, supported by USAID’s Engendering Industries program, expose girls to the many job options in the power sector.
Reem is the Director General Deputy for Engendering Industries program partner, Electricity Distribution Company (EDCO) in Jordan
Engendering Industries March 2023 Newsletter
Read stories on Jordan's first female power executive, KOSTT's first woman at a power station, new gender equality guides, and Engendering Industries highlighted at policy launch event.
Engendering Industries March 2021 Newsletter
Read our updated Best Practices Framework; Learn about new partnership with Johns Hopkins University; New case studies released; View our impact!
Engendering Industries September 2020 Newsletter
Women raise revenue at BRPL; CEO of KOSTT discusses gender equality; KenGen powers through the pandemic; EDM commits to gender equality.
Engendering Industries May 2020 Newsletter
Honoring women in science and technology; Tata Power-DDL raises the bar for gender equality; EDESUR motivates girls to choose STEM careers.
Engendering Industries December 2019 Newsletter
EVN makes the business case for gender equality; Hear from Kenya Power employee, Grace Karuiru; Read our snapshots from the field.
Engendering Industries July 2019 Newsletter
View data on USAID-supported renewable energy auctions worldwide and learn how partner countries use auctions to achieve sustainable cost reductions, reduce emissions, and increase energy security.