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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Flying the flag for Renewable World at the BRACED Annual Learning Conference

4th April 2016
In early February this year I had a week out of our little Brighton office and headed over to Dakar, Senegal. It was a pretty exciting few days, not only […]

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Three days in Syangja with Renewable World

8th January 2016
In September 2015, Christin Herber, joined the Renewable World Nepal team as a short-term volunteer on our Solar MUS II project. Christin has a Masters in Environmental and Energy Management […]

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Matt Kinsella’s Final Blog from Kenya

13th November 2015
I am leaving Kenya shortly and moving on to the Renewable World Office in Kathmandu, after a short stopover in Dubai.  While I am excited to see Nepal, I will […]

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Renewable Energy and Livelihoods in the Chittagong Hill Tracks: a value-chain approach

28th October 2015
Proposed New Programme in Remote Areas of Bangladesh. Renewable World delivers its mission of a poverty alleviation thru the application of renewable energy in many ways. Not only does this […]

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Dhital, Nepal: A long way from home

23rd October 2015
In September 2015, Paddy, Renewable World’s Fundraising Officer, and his friend Callum, visited Nepal on a personal holiday. Whilst in the country they took the opportunity to visit one of […]

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Visit to Lake Victoria

29th September 2015
3rd Blog from Programme Support Volunteer Matt Kinsella  Over the last couple of weeks, Renewable World’s Global Programmes Manager Nick Virr, and Trustee Peter Weston have been visiting Kenya.  Their […]

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Why energy access is the most powerful solution to poverty

27th August 2015
A blog by Paddy Vipond- Renewable World Fundraising Officer.   There is no panacea for alleviating poverty, but providing access to energy appears to be the next best thing s […]

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