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.
During this global pandemic, find out how we have been developing new ways to hear our communities' voices and understand their needs, whilst limiting unnecessary exposure to individuals from outside of their villages.
Find out how access to solar power helped Lillian start her own business and shape her future.
Lighting up education in Kenya by bringing solar power to Markmatunga Secondary School and improving access to energy in the community.
Pascal has used Renewable World's support in setting up a solar microgrid to power new business opportunities in his village in Kenya.
Thanks to support from The Pickwell Foundation, we are (em)powering more families in Kenya through solar microgrids.
Find out how solar-powered ice-making could transform lives in Kiwa Island, Kenya.
Our DIT volunteer, Jack Tanner, shares his findings and thoughts from his technical report after his visit to Kenya.
Our Trustee Neil Pinto traveled to Kenya last month to witness first-hand Renewable World's project sites on the shores of Lake Victoria. In this blog he shares his thoughts on the experience.
We are delighted to announce that Renewable World has won the 2017 Energy Institute award for Community Initiative for our Lighting Up Lake Victoria programme.