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The last phase of the Women Sustainable Energy Program began with Mentoring sessions
3 of May 2022
The last phase of the Women Sustainable Energy Program began with Mentoring sessions

During the month of April, the Women Sustainable Energy Program ended the thematic sessions and began the last phase of the project, dedicated to mentoring sessions.

 

Therefore, in May, the program participants will have the opportunity to receive guidance and discuss their projects directly with one of the six available mentors, namely:

 

From São Tomé and Príncipe:

 

  • Ceutónia Lima Neto (Africa Development Bank Group);
  • Elisângela Lima (TESE);

 

From Guinea-Bissau:

 

  • Sandra Cunha (TESE);

 

From Cape Verde:

 

    • Ana Monteiro (UNIDO);
    • Miriam Vera-Cruz (Luxembourg Development Cooperation Agency - LuxDev);
    • Janina Cabral (Engineer of Projects and Industrial Management).

 

At the end of the mentoring phase, each of the candidates will deliver their final project until the June 10th, to be later subject to a vote from June 15th until the July 1st, for those who wish to analyse and vote for the project of their choice.

 

While the voting process is not available, discover each of the candidates of this program and get to know their profile here.

 

The Women Sustainable Energy Program is organized by ALER with the support of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), within the scope of the Project “Strategic Program for the Promotion of Investments in Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency in the Electricity Sector of São Tomé and Príncipe", financed by the Global Environment Facility (GEF).