Rapid Assessment and Gap Analyses


In promoting the global goals of SE4All, the first substantial step for partner countries is to engage in a Rapid Assessment and Gap Analysis (RAGA) of the specific national context within which the goals are to be pursued. In essence, the Rapid Assessments/ Gap Analyses are intended to describe the status quo of energy in the national development context, providing the political, economic, social, and environmental background for the subsequent drafting of plans to promote SE4All in a particular country. They draw on existing documents or studies and describe the national policies and efforts in relation to the three targets of energy access, energy efficiency, and renewable energy sources. They are descriptive in nature and are meant to consolidate information that exists in disparate plans, documents or sectoral studies. Please continue to check this page for updates.


Angola (EN)
Burkina Faso (FR)
Burundi (FR)
Cameroon (FR)
Cape Verde (FR)
Central African Republic (FR)
Chad (FR)
Democratic Republic of Congo (FR)
Gambia (EN)
Ghana (EN)
Guinea (FR)
Guinea-Bissau (FR)
Kenya (EN)
Lesotho (EN)
Liberia (EN)
Namibia (EN)
Nigeria (EN)
Republic of Congo (FR)
Rwanda (EN)
Sierra Leone (EN)
South Sudan (EN)
Swaziland (EN)
Tanzania (EN)
Togo (FR)
Zimbabwe (EN)


Bangladesh (EN)
Bhutan (EN)
Cambodia (EN)
Fiji (EN)
Malaysia (EN)
Mongolia (EN)
Nepal (EN)
Pakistan (EN)
Sri Lanka (EN)


Argentina (ES)
Barbados (EN)
Bolivia (ES)
Colombia (ES), (EN)
Costa Rica (ES)
Dominican Republic (ES)
Ecuador (EN), (ES)
Grenada (EN)
Guatemala (ES)
Honduras (EN)
Jamaica (EN)
Nicaragua (EN), (ES)
Panama (ES)
Peru (EN), (ES)
Suriname (EN)
Uruguay (EN), (ES)


The findings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in this work do not reflect the views of the Sustainable Energy for All initiative, its governing bodies or its partners. SE4All does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this work. The boundaries, colours, denominations, and other information shown on any map in this work do not imply any judgment on the part of SE4All, the UN or The World Bank concerning the legal status of any territory or the endorsement or acceptance of such boundaries.