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The project will provide a cumulative total of 10 MW solar energy to these 5 local Governments and serve the energy needs of over 300 000 rural inhabitants in these water locked communities. Implementation shall be through the deployment of multiple scalable 100KW mini grid systems across already id
A 2MW rural electrification project will be deployed through 100 kw mini grids that will serve the needs of over 199 000 rural inhabitants in some 18 villages that make up the Petauke district council.
A 2MW rural electrification project will be deployed through 100 kw mini grids that will serve the population of 455,783 people of Chapita council.
153 villages with an estimated population of over 430 000 inhabitants in 7 local governments in the Region will gain access to affordable energy. A cumulative total of 26 MW solar mini-grids shall be deployed within the next 5 years. Implementation shall be through the deployment of multiple scala
In 3 local governments comprising 171 villages with an estimated population of over 150 000 a total of 6 MW solar energy plants have been earmarked for execution. Implementation shall be through the deployment of multiple scalable 100KW mini grid systems across already identified sites.
One Local Government will receive a 1.5MW solar energy plant to serve the needs of its over 40 000 inhabitants without access to electricity.
106 villages inhabiting over 160 000 villagers in some 4 Local Governments will gain access to solar energy through a total of 9.5MW solar plants.
Bore hole was sunk, overhead tank constructed, storage tank provided, and the installation and pipe work done with a public tap for villagers to draw the water through. The Project has provided the people of Unuamen safe drinking water that is protected from external contamination, particularly feca
PEPFAR notes that in Cameroon, HIV prevalence among women rises from childhood to adolescence and to adulthood. According to UNAIDS, for HIV-free children to stay same as they enter adolescence and adulthood, an intensified focus on empowering adolescent girls is required alongside emphasis on reduc
our work is all about the distribution of low cost solar lamps to inhabitants in hard to reach rural communities in Cameroon.
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