Policy Associate, Energy Access Project
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Rajah Saparapa is a policy associate at Duke’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions working with the Duke University Energy Access Project.
Rajah Saparapa is a policy associate at Duke’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions working with the Duke University Energy Access Project. She has served as a research assistant for the Global Energy Access Network. She has conducted research in her home country of Togo with the National Agency for Environmental Management. Her research interest are in environment, energy and development
She is a graduate of Duke University’s Master of Environment Management program with a concentration in environmental economics and policy and she holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics.
We aim to build capacity for cutting-edge gender research on energy access to better deliver on both SDG 5 & SDG 7.
EAP’s team members Jonathan Phillips, Rob Fetter and Rajah Saparapa presented their research on the True Cost of Solar Tariffs in East Africa to the Community of Champions. The webinar was organized by GOGLA on the Socioeconomic Benefits of Off-Grid Solar: Focus on Productive Uses.
You can access the webinar slides and recordings below
Matching economic growth with infrastructure development