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  • Solar power to treat water for 200 thousand refugees in Tanzania

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

     SolarWorld Americas Inc is providing 1.2 megawatts of high-performance solar panels to power the world's largest solar-powered, safe-water treatment project. The project's systems will serve more than 250,000 Congolese and Burundian people living in three refugee settlements in Western Tanzania.  

    The project is proceeding under the management of Water Mission and the funding. . .

  • Tanzania to open renewable energy technology training centre

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

     The director of the Innovative Technology and Energy Centre (ITEC), Dr Herb Rhee, has announced plans to open a training centre for renewable energy technology in Arusha, Tanzania.

    According to local media, Tanzania Standard, Dr Rhee said the renewable energy technology centre will open doors in August this year, and will have the capacity to train 1,000 stude. . .

  • Narendra Modi interacts with ‘Solar Mamas’ of Africa in Tanzania

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

     Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday interacted with ‘Solar Mamas’, a group of nearly 30 rural women solar engineers from six African countries who have been trained under India’s developmental support for harnessing solar energy.

    “Celebrating the Solar Mamas!PM interacts with women trained in vocational skills under India’s dev. . .

  • Solar Energy Is Lighting Up Women’s Businesses in Africa

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

     Elizabeth Julius worked sunrise to sunset to make ends meet as a seamstress. Supporting her husband and two kids in a village in Tanzania, Julius was forced to put down her needle and thread each day once darkness fell.

    That all changed three years ago when she was introduced to Energy 4 Impact, a London-based organization that works in Africa to ensure energy. . .

  • Solar Energy Powers Clean Water, Business Opportunities For Refugees In Tanzania

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th July 2017

     Sadick Thenest remembers how his 8-year-old daughter had a narrow brush with death two years ago, when she contracted cholera after drinking contaminated water.

    "She was so gaunt, weak and had terrible diarrhoea," said the refugee from Burundi. "A slight delay in rushing her to hospital would have meant something else - but with God's grace she . . .


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