Following a stakeholder consultation meeting held on 4th October 2021, Renewable World is pleased to publish the Stakeholder Consultation Report and Key Project Information and Programme Design Document (Draft 1) for comment and feedback.
Renewable World (RW) is pleased to announce that we are planning to hold a local stakeholder consultation meeting to discuss and appraise Renewable World Nepal’s proposed Gold Standard Voluntary Emissions Reduction (VER) project titled “Improved Cookstoves Programme in Nepal by Renewable World”.
During the Coronavirus pandemic in Kenya, access to reliable services and infrastructure has been more essential than ever. Over the past 18 months, despite many lockdowns and barriers to completion, our Kenyan team have been expanding energy access within two communities in the Lake Victoria Region.
A devastating second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has swept up from India over the long porous border into neighbouring Nepal, filling up available hospitals and decimating families with official cases vastly underrepresenting the true story of tragedy.
Water is the essence of life, and many of us take access to water for granted. We turn on a tap, flush a toilet and run a bath as everyday practices. But, across the world, lack of access to water turns these simple tasks into an endless struggle. With new challenges facing communities across the world under the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for water to regularly wash hands has never been greater.
For many people living in remote and rural communities in Nepal, a lack of reliable power prevents them from accessing the healthcare they need, when they need it. This is one of the issues that Renewable World is currently tackling, and for which solar power provides an ideal solution.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, aid packages were delivered to two communities and five health posts in Surkhet District. Read more about the relief response here.
A statement about how Renewable World is delivering projects and managing the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), from CEO Matt Stubberfield.
Our East Africa Technical Project Officer shares some of his cross-organisational learning after his visit to Nepal and Bangladesh in May 2018.
Local press coverage from a Nepali news outlet about how we are changing lives with solar powered water pumping in Jimi and Naramgaon.