The purpose of this project, supported by our Foundation and conducted by the NGO Codegaz, was to equip the Health Care and Social Welfare Center (CSPS, including a maternity ward) of Tiogo Mossi with a photovoltaic power system, as this village located 10 km away from Koudougou is not connected to any power grid.
Electricians without borders (ESF) was requested by the Development Association of Ipamu farmers (village in the center of the Democratic Republic of Congo) to electrify the referral hospital in the region, as well as educational institutions, boarding schools and accommodation of health care and education staffs.
In Southeast Mali, Konséguéla is a rural community of 30,000 residents. Its inhabitants are suffering from rising fuel prices, only energy available for economic activities. This project led by Geres and the Nexans Foundation aims to fight against energy insecurity and improve the living conditions of the town through the delivering of electricity to the local economic development.
A clean drinking water-energy solution in Vietnam thanks to the Nexans Foundation and the Green ID NPO12/9/14
Green ID, a Vietnamese NPO, decided to develop a clean drinking water solution using reverse osmosis technology (RO) and solar PV power. This solution, presented by the Nexans teams of Singapore and Vietnam, has been supported by the Nexans Foundation; we thank our teams for their involvement in this project for the communities.
After the very successful operation carried out this year, our Foundation has decided to support again the Lumière pour Tous NGO for the installation of photovoltaic panels in one of the village schools located in Boromo, Burkina Faso.
Ten students from different specialties (electrical engineering, metalwork, woodwork) of the Secondary School Lycée du Chablais, located in Thonon les Bains (France), will realize the construction of buildings and electrification of a Malagasy school, under the supervision of their teachers.
France Togo-Benin Development will provide with this project, using photovoltaic panels, the electrification of two orphanages located in the villages of Naogon in Benin and Akodessewa in Togo.
The NGO Ouverture au Tiers Monde works mainly in Madagascar, where it operates two centers for children, mostly orphans. The center of the isolated Ambatofotsy village has a school, where 536 children study from kindergarten to graduation, and a dispensary.
The IECD project is to train disadvantaged young people through the creation of a training center for apprentices in electricity.
During the summer of 2014, the NGO Humanisol, supported by our Foundation, will conduct the electrification of a school for underprivileged children in Varanasi, India.
In collaboration with Caritas Switzerland and the University of Applied Sciences Berne, Antenna Technologies has developed an innovative solar lighting system.