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The DEA project was organised in nine Work Packages, WP1 to WP9:

WP1: Project Management: To accomplish efficient management and implementation of the project in a timely and efficient manner, including liaison with Advisory Committee as required.

WP2: a Literature Review, aimed at establishing an overview of available methods for analysing development, poverty and energy linkages and of results in this area.

WP3: Compilation of a Catalogue of Energy Interventions in the target countries, including as far as possible economic, social, environmental impacts, noting inter-sectoral linkages.

WP4: Consultation with national policy makers and stakeholders regarding the relationships between energy innovations and sustainable development, aimed at achieving consensus on the needs for the Assessment Framework and on how it can contribute to the energy and development process. Although the main objective is to obtain information for input to WP5, the consultation process will continue throughout the project to keep policy makers and stakeholders informed and to ensure that the project is in line with national needs. Includes a set of National Workshops early in the project period to involve stakeholders in the process. This involvement is backed up by informal contacts and consultation, primarily by the African Centres.

WP5: Development of a Preliminary Assessment Framework (PAF) for assessing development and poverty impacts of energy interventions, including developing indicators for assessing energy-poverty/development links

WP6: Conduct Case Studies to test the PAF. Results will be discussed in National Workshops #2 and stakeholder views incorporated.

WP7: Analyse Case Studies and Refine Methodology to a final Assessment Framework (AF).

WP8: Dissemination: Communicate project results to national policy makers and stakeholders and discuss how the Assessment Framework can contribute to policy and strategy formation, both in the target countries, elsewhere in the region and at regional level. Includes a set of National Workshops #3 (to communicate the Assessment Framework to the national target group) and a Regional (African) Workshop towards the end of the project. In the latter event all country teams and selected key stakeholders will meet to discuss the outcome of the project, with the possibility of other regional and international participants as the budget and circumstances allow.

WP9: Common Dissemination Activities: to provide resource and budget provisions for common dissemination activities in the framework of the EIE programme.

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