Gender and Energy Role Playing: Training Guidebook

This gender and energy training has been developed based on role playing, to maximize participant engagement and interaction. This guidebook aims to enable practitioners to conduct role-playing training in gender and energy and demonstrate the World Bank Group (WBG) gender tag methodology applied to International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and International Development Association (IBRD and IDA) projects.

It presents the methodology and training material and provides a number of case studies. Training material consists of four types of cards - gender gaps, gender data, case studies, and character profiles - and is easily customizable and can be applied to other case studies, in other sectors as well. 


Angelou, Niki; Suh, Cindy J.; Schomer, Inka Ivette; Beaujon Marin, Amanda; Palmisano, Giacomo; Maier, Elisabeth. 2019. Gender and Energy Role Playing : Training Guidebook (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. 

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