From Dublin to Lake Victoria – Jack Tanner’s Volunteering Blog

19th July 2017
Hello from Nairobi, Kenya. My name is Jack Tanner and I’m delighted to be this year’s DIT Travel Scholar and have this amazing opportunity to work with Renewable World. After […]

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Pete Mears – Walking On The Edge

18th July 2017
“Everywhere is within walking distance if you have the time.” Surely that’s what Peter Mears, a 35-year old man from North-Yorkshire, must have thought when he decided to attempt to […]

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Latest Report and Annual Financial Statements

11th July 2017
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Our independently examined annual Trustees Report and Financial Statements to March 2017 are now available. Please click below to access an electronic pdf copy or contact matt.stubberfield@renewable-world.org if you want […]

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Plenty of land, but no water

31st May 2017
Author: Helen Russell, Programme Reporting and Grants Manager – Renewable World. It has been two years since my last visit to Nepal, but I am back for some exciting project […]

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Meet the team: David Fernandez

19th May 2017
On January 12th of this year, many airlines flying out of London took the decision to ground their planes. The met office had been warning of blizzards for days and […]

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The Future’s Bright for Lake Victoria

17th May 2017
The RESOLVE project came to a close in November 2016 and to celebrate the achievements made over the last three years, we thought we’d take a look back over the highlights […]

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When the going gets muddy, the group gets tough!

10th May 2017
1 great idea, 28 heroic participants, 1 celebrity ambassador, 2 strictly stars, 1 superhero, 5 long miles, 12 gruesome obstacles, 13,000 pounds, 1 happy trustee!   Despite varying levels of […]

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Lighting homes in rural Nicaragua

29th March 2017
The Mahogany project, now in its final year, aims to support three communities on the eastern coast of Nicaragua to access solar PV energy systems for home and enterprises. The […]

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Powering Aquaculture and Communities in Bangladesh

Powering Aquaculture: The Project An estimated 12 million people in Bangladesh currently rely on the fishing industry for their livelihoods. Fish hatcheries, who sell fish on to households and other […]

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Gethin Jones & Acre Properties take on a Tough Mudder challenge

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Our Vice Chair, Sarah Donnelly, reports back on Gethin Jones’ latest fundraising endeavour for Renewable World. Like every great Ambassador, our super celeb Gethin Jones has always got an eye out for […]

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