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Rural customers need to be educated, trained and provided with the means (e.g. product sales, financing) that enable them to use our electricity to develop themselves and improve their lives. This is more than a single private business can offer thus private companies are actively developing NGO and business partnerships to provide these services.
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Adelphi Research gGmbH is inviting stakeholders to this year’s 2017 SEED South Africa Symposium, taking place in Pretoria, South Africa, on April 19-20.
The SEED South Africa Symposium is implemented back to back with the SA-EU Sustainability Transition Dialogue in Pretoria.
Registration for the Symposium is now open and reduced Early Bird Tickets are available until March 18 via https://www.seed.uno/seedsas17
Further information on the event as well as regular updates are available via symposium if you require further information.
SEED has launched the 2017 SWITCH Africa Green (SAG)-SEED Awards for innovative eco-inclusive start-up enterprises that aim to generate environmental, social and economic benefits at the local level.
This year, SEED is looking for applications for 15 SAG – SEED Awards for enterprises in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa and Uganda.
Candidates can apply from 10 January 2017 until 08 March 2017, 23:59 Central African Time (CAT).
For detailed information please refer to the attached call for applications (English) or to the SEED homepage. Pour plus de information en français, visitezwww.seed.uno.
BUNAMBIYU, Tanzania, Dec 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation)
As the darkness falls on the plains around Bunambiyu, a remote village in Tanzania’s northern Shinyanga region, Elizabeth Julius switches on her solar lantern to finish sewing clothes for her customers. Not long ago, nightfall would have forced her to close her tailoring shop, or use a smoky kerosene lamp. But with the solar-powered lamp, Julius can now sew for as long as she wants.
"Solar energy has entirely changed my life. I use it at work and at home, yet it doesn’t cost me anything," said the 29-year-old entrepreneur and mother of two.
"I often wake up at night to work because I need the money to support my family," she said…….
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