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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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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Powering Aquaculture and Communities in Bangladesh

29th March 2017
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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Celebrating our work: 2015/16 Annual Review

13th February 2017
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We are delighted to share with you our 2015/16 Annual Review. This showcases the exciting work our team and partners have undertaken in the last year, including the first stage of our […]

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Give the gift of light this Christmas with a Renewable World festive e-card

29th November 2016
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‘Maybe Christmas,’ he thought, ‘doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas, perhaps… means a little bit more!’ The moment that the Grinch learns the true wonder of Christmas spirit is […]

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Hydraulic Ram Pumps Lifting Water to Improve Livelihoods in Nepal

18th October 2016
The Hydraulic Ram Pump (Hydram) is an automatic water pumping device which uses the pressure created by falling water to drive a portion of water up hill to a much […]

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A little more light brings profits

29th July 2016
Rose is a hard working business woman who has been running her own bar on the shores of Lake Victoria for the last 5 years, but over the past year […]

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Researching biogas powered by coffee in Kenya

9th May 2016
Blog by Kevin Vical, Renewable World Volunteer, Kenya I am currently studying for a Masters Degree in Energies at The University of Montpellier, France.  For the award of a diploma, […]

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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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