No doubt you’ve heard the phrase “live on less than $1 per day” – have you ever wondered what it means to live like that? Quite possibly you’ve also heard of the term “Base of the Pyramid” or “BoP”. This phrase defines the social demographic of the poorest of the poor when compared to a […]
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Kudura
On my recent trip to Sidonge, it became apparent to me that there is a lot that can be said (and un-said or badly said) in a name. While talking with various village dwellers, I heard our Rural Village Energy Hub (RVE) being referred to as “the box”, the power box”, “the gas or water […]
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The most fascinating thing about kids is their innocence and honesty. No matter where in the world they live, no matter their economic status, no matter their last names, no matter what they look like,  ask them what they want to be when they grow up and you’ll receive an array of answers; they want […]
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How to clean the solar panels daily
Our rural village energy hub (RVE) not only provides access to sustainable, appropriate technology for rural communities but also creates jobs. One of the most important jobs related to the implementation of a RVE within a community is that of the so-called “energy vendor”. This role is critical to providing a high quality and reliability of services for […]
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This video describes our rural village energy installation site at Sidonge “A” in western Kenya. Work was conducted during early september 2011 with great progress made. The community Self Help Group has started digging the pit-latrines for guests and soon will be building the kiosk where we intend to offer phone and battery charging services […]
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