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Partnership on solar power in African villages

General information

Overall description

Human Wave Italia is a small non profit organization based in Italy, engaged in environmental projects in India. We have financed several projects of solar powering in remote villages in India. Now we would like to expand our activity in Africa. We are interested in developing relationships with NGOs based in Africa that could run small projects of environmental sustainability in remote villages. We are interested in solar power (for lighting and water pumping), water resources, eco-sanitary projects. If you are interested you can check out activity in our website (www.humanwaveitalia.org) and our facebook page.

Timing

1-3 years project

Partnership types

Project funding

Further information

Global issues

Agriculture, aquaculture and forestry; Energy

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: 54 countries (show)

Organisation details

Organisation name

Human Wave Italia

Annual turnover (US$)

Less than 500,000

Contact details

Only verified non-profit organisations who have exchanged contact details may view this.

Responses

  • Contact details exchanged
    14 Dec 2011 08:59 GMT

    World In Need International Ltd Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Mark William Aldrich says: Dear Human Wave Italia
    World In Need would be very interested in partnering with you in regards of a Solar and Wind Power project we are involved with in Soy North West Kenya, in partnership with our local partners WIN Kenya, we have developed a relationship with Know Your Planet a UK renewable energy firm but would like to discuss with you the possibilities of an initial stress project trial. Please mail me back or call me if you would like to know more

    Mark Aldrich

    Operations Manager

    World In Need

  • Commented
    14 Dec 2011 09:15 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: ABANG ASHU ACADEMY C.I.G is an NGO based in cameroon working in remote villages on health and environmental sustainability.
    presently we are working in eyangntui villages located in manyu division of the south west region of cameroon.
    eyangntui is a very remote village. there is no electricity power in eyangntui , no pipe born water and there is high rate of water born diseases in fections in this village.
    your partnership with ABANG ASHU ACADEMY C.I.G will bring a great change to the local population in this remote village call eyangntui.
    thanks

  • Commented
    14 Dec 2011 09:16 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: ABANG ASHU ACADEMY C.I.G is an NGO based in cameroon working in remote villages on health and environmental sustainability.
    presently we are working in eyangntui villages located in manyu division of the south west region of cameroon.
    eyangntui is a very remote village. there is no electricity power in eyangntui , no pipe born water and there is high rate of water born diseases in fections in this village.
    your partnership with ABANG ASHU ACADEMY C.I.G will bring a great change to the local population in this remote village call eyangntui.
    thanks

  • Commented
    14 Dec 2011 09:21 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: APPLICATION FOR PARTNERSHIP

    ABANG ASHU ACADEMY C.I.G is an NGO based in cameroon working in remote villages on health and environmental sustainability.
    presently we are working in eyangntui villages located in manyu division of the south west region of cameroon.
    eyangntui is a very remote village. there is no electricity power in eyangntui , no pipe born water and there is high rate of water-born diseases infections in this village.
    your partnership with ABANG ASHU ACADEMY C.I.G on solar power (for lighting and water pumping) and will bring a great changes to the local population in this remote village call Eyangntui.
    thanks

  • Commented
    14 Dec 2011 09:22 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: APPLICATION FOR PARTNERSHIP

    ABANG ASHU ACADEMY C.I.G is an NGO based in cameroon working in remote villages on health and environmental sustainability.
    presently we are working in eyangntui villages located in manyu division of the south west region of cameroon.
    eyangntui is a very remote village. there is no electricity power in eyangntui , no pipe born water and there is high rate of water-born diseases infections in this village.
    your partnership with ABANG ASHU ACADEMY C.I.G on solar power (for lighting and water pumping) and will bring a great changes to the local population in this remote village call Eyangntui.
    thanks

  • Commented
    14 Dec 2011 12:10 GMT

    World In Need International Ltd Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Mark William Aldrich says: Further to my original reply,
    I forgot to say that we do have experience of partnering with Italian NGo's .We partnered the establishment of an orphanage in Afghanistan which is still operational and visited by our Founder and current International Director last week. Please call me +441892 669834 or email me for more information.
    Best wishes

    Mark

  • Commented
    15 Dec 2011 11:23 GMT

    Human Wave Italia
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Massimo Pietrantoni says: Dear sirs,
    The intention of HUWI is to start a new initiative in Africa creating a network with local NGOs and companies that operate in the field of environmental projects.
    We are a small organization and we don't have employees; all the activies are runned by a small group of volunteers. We don't have the possibility to operate directly on the field. Usually our activities deal with the fund raising, but we don't want only to raise and transfer funds. In previous projects runned in India we proposed and developed the projects (technical and economical items), partecipating also in the execution of the activities with the supervision onsite of the works. Our goal is to reach an effective and strong impact on the community, avoiding losses of resources and optimizing the funds. All the funds that we collect are spent for the project, without any benefit for our organization. All our activities are free. The only thing that we want to reach is an effective help for the community and a visibility of our activity. This because we have to demonstrate to our donors the results and the accountability of the organization. Only showing a direct partecipation in the project we can have possibilities to obtain funds and receive appreciation. We use to have a precise and deep control of the budget and the expenses.

    After this premise, I would like to verify if there are possibilities to start a relationship between our organizations. For this reason I kindly ask you to send me more information about the project that you could run in cooperation with us, providing data about the community that will benefit by the project, the infrastructures needed and a first budget. It is important also to have information and credentials about the company that will be engaged for the works.

    I would like also to specify an important issue. Our statute oblige the organization to run projects that don't have any religious aim, direct or undirect, so that I kindly ask you to confirm that the project is directed only and exclusively to social and/or educational purposes. Any link with religious activities will be a reason of a cancellation of the project.

    Looking forward to hearing you.

    Kind regards
    Massimo Pietrantoni

  • Contact details exchanged
    15 Dec 2011 12:16 GMT

    emerge poverty free (formerly World Emergency Relief) Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Jeremy Horner says: emerge poverty free is working with local partner organisations across 7 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. In November we began exploring renewable energy solutions following a request from our South Sudan partner. This was for a solar solution for a teacher training college in a remote area of Sudan where there is no existing electrical provision. There are also several other projects which would benefit from a partnership if that was of interest. I look forward to hearing from you, Jeremy

  • Commented
    15 Dec 2011 01:10 GMT

    World In Need International Ltd Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Mark William Aldrich says: Dear Massimo,
    following your comments on Global Hand I would be more than happy to send you the information regarding the renewable energy and stress trial project our partners in Kenya are looking to run. If you send me your email address I will reply immediately. I confirm that at present we are seeking financial support of £5,000 to run the trial as the professional assistance of know your planet is providing the technical know how.

    I also confirm that World In Need is a humanitarian aid and development agency although formed with a Christian background, all our support is offered unconditionally and on a non partisan basis. The aim of the project is purely humanitarian to better the quality of lives initially of the rural community of SOY

    If you are able to access BBC television apparently Know Your Planet are being featured sometime and are pushing this idea. I do not know at what time but it is today or tomorrow. Hope this is of benefit

    Mark

  • Commented
    15 Dec 2011 01:55 GMT

    Human Wave Italia
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Massimo Pietrantoni says: NGOs interested to submit proposals to HUWI can use the email indicated in our website.
    The proposals must include the followinf documentation:
    1) description of the project with information about the beneficiaries and photo documentation
    2) a technical report regarding the infrastructure to be installed (solar panels, water wells, eco-toilets, etc..)
    3) Budget

    Please note that HUWI will cover only the expensens for infrastructures and related costs for the works. The fund will not cover salaries and other expenses such as trial, assistance, administrative expenses, etc..

  • Commented
    15 Dec 2011 03:19 GMT

    Abang Ashu Academy (3A)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Bishop Abang Anthony Ashu says: PROJECT TITLE: EYANGNTUI SOLAR POWER AND WATER PROJECT

    This project has no religious based and is not for any religious purpose.
    The aim of this project is to enhance environmental sustainability and
    reduce poverty and suffering among the local [population in Eyangntui
    village in Cameroon.
    we will submitted the details of the project as soon as possible.
    Thanks
    Anthony
    Director
    Abang Ashu Academy

  • Commented
    16 Dec 2011 08:17 GMT

    Somali Welfare Organisation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    ABDIFATAH ISMAEL IBRAHIM says: Somali welfare Organization is non-profit organization working in Southern Somalia the most effected places of human made and natural disasters for the past two decades, there is a places which don't have totally electricity in some villages. we would like to partner with you to implement a project call human saving with electricity in that areas.

  • Commented
    17 Dec 2011 03:04 GMT

    Hope Life Cooperation Organisation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Joseph Idigba Awuru says: Application for partnership

    We are interested to partner with your organization to carry this wonderful project that would change the life of village people in the area of our operations.

    Hope Life Cooperation is a registered charitable organization in The Gambia and has expanded it operation to Nigeria in the last few months.

    We will be glad to work out the term for the villiage in Nigeria and The Gambia.

    Thanks

    Joseph I Awuru
    Executive Director
    Hope Life Cooperation
    The Gambia
    West Africa.

  • Commented
    22 Dec 2011 12:07 GMT

    SORAK Development Agency
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Muhammad Kyeyune says: Having solar power supply can be very important among our undeserved communities,where we work,how can we get on?

  • Commented
    22 Dec 2011 01:53 GMT

    Human Wave Italia
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Massimo Pietrantoni says: We repeat the previous message. NGOs interested to submit proposals to HUWI can use the email indicated in the profile.
    The proposals must include the following documentation:
    1) description of the project with information about the beneficiaries and photo documentation
    2) a technical report regarding the infrastructure to be installed (solar panels, water wells, eco-toilets, etc..)
    3) Budget

    Please note that HUWI will cover only the expensens for infrastructures and related costs for the works. The fund will not cover salaries and other expenses such as assistance, administrative expenses, etc.

  • Commented
    23 Dec 2011 08:42 GMT

    SORAK Development Agency
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Muhammad Kyeyune says: We are planning to submit a proposal,do you have a budget limit for any proposed project?.

    Muhammad -Uganda

  • Commented
    23 Dec 2011 02:58 GMT

    Advocacy for Health, Education, Agriculture and Development, Inc.(AHEAD)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Ben K. Wilson says: Dear Sir / Madam:

    Thank you for the information posted on your website. My organization, based in Liberia has been in search of this type of partnership. We are ready to work with you, and would be glad to to receive your feedback now.

    Ben Wilson
    EXEC. DIR.

  • Commented
    27 Dec 2011 08:18 GMT

    Childline Uganda
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    JOHN BOSCO SSENYONDO says: Much of the electricity network in Uganda is at present poorly maintained and the country experiences frequent power cuts. Just 3-5 percent of the populations have access to electricity and many towns, especially in the North of the country are without electrical power. In the rural areas only about 2 percent had access to electricity, of which less than half was provided through the national grid, the remainder coming from household generators, car batteries or solar photovoltaic (PV) units. About 97% of Uganda's population do not have access to electricity.
    Childline Uganda works at the grassroots in communities in Uganda where electricity is not supplied to those communities and where supplied households are not in position to afford it’s costs per unit and at the same time the fuel is not affordable/ paraffin to light their homes during nights, people move long distances in villages to access water and of which the accessed water is not clean to be used hence the out break of some water bone diseases. Uganda has a big number of orphans who are either maternal or paternal and this has been due to in an increased HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in the country that has caused many deaths of their parents, this has to a large extent denied them the right to education as compared to other children in their adopting families, communities hence creating the unfavorable environment for the survival, growth, development, and participation of these orphans and vulnerable children. On the same note, most of the HIV positive women are discriminated, they are always left out incase of opportunities they are not empowered of which most of them are widows, and are in need of empowerment both economically and socially/psychologically as they remain as bread winners to their families. All these needs and calls for urgent attention, but however, this can only be done through relationships, cooperation’s/collaboration, and partnerships with various stake holders whether international or national/local.
    So Childline Uganda is requesting, applying and accepting the offer to having a relationship, cooperation and being a partner of Human Wave Italia/Italy in Uganda in order to reach out the needy rural and emarginated communities in Uganda East Africa
    Looking forward for you consideration
    Thanks

  • Commented
    03 Jan 2012 09:23 GMT

    MAMACHA Women Group
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mrs. Hawa Ibrahim says: T-PLACOR/MAMACHA WOMEN GROUP is an NGO based in Musoma at Mara region in Tanzania working with communities in remote villages on health and environmental sustainability.

    There is no electricity power in rural areas such as Nyamongo at Tarime District in Mara region, no pipe born water and there is high rate of water born diseases in fections in this area.

    Thy partnership with us will bring a great change to our local population in this remote area called Nyamongo.

    www.tplacor.4t.com
    Cell: +255 763 358 409
    Email: mamacha2011@gmail.com

  • Commented
    04 Jan 2012 01:47 GMT

    SAPCONE
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Amoni Thomas Amfry says: Dear sir/madam
    Turkana District is located in North west of kenya.It is inhabited by approximately 800,000 people mainly Turkana pastoralists.

    The surface area is about 7,000 in kilometres of arid and semi-arid land.The land is mainly suitable for pastoral production system.other forms of production like fishing ,Handicrafts and mining are significantly practised.

    Turkana land is atrust land with the county council holding its trust for the Turkana community

    We are more than willing to create partnership with you.

    Thank you

    Amoni Thomas Amfry
    Director
    SAPCONE-NORTHERN KENYA
    E-mail:info@turkanapeople.org
    website:www.turkanapeople.org

  • Contact details exchanged
    05 Jan 2012 05:53 GMT

    Crossroads Foundation Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Thomas Pike says: Thank you for this offer! Crossroads Foundation’s African Representative, Bonaventure Achinefu, is extremely interested in your offer and we are passing on the following message from him. We recommend his work as someone who is highly effective in bringing transformational change in his community through his entrepreneurial, creative and dedicated efforts. We would be grateful if you could make direct contact with him by phone on +852-63053731 or email on Bonaventure_bica@hotmail.com. Thank you for your consideration! He would also be happy to phone you to discuss your wonderful offer.

  • Commented
    05 Jan 2012 10:04 GMT

    Karura Kanyungu Community Development Initiative (KKCDI)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    James Peter Kamau says: We have an interest in the area and hope to discuss it with a partner organization Children Environment Programme (CEP)after which we shall revert back to you. We propose to implement the programme in Kikuyu District of Kiambu County in Kenya.

  • Commented
    18 Jan 2012 09:22 GMT

    NELBEM - Kenya
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    weldon korir says: NELBEM KENYA, we are a community based organization currently working with local communities in Nakuru within 2 location Nessuit of Njoro and Barut Location in Nakuru.

    We have a wish to partner with you for the programmes within the region

    My Contacts are : wkorir2000@yahoo.com

  • Commented
    18 Jan 2012 01:35 GMT

    NELBEM - Kenya
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    weldon korir says: NELBEM KENYA, we are a community based organization currently working with local communities in Nakuru within 2 location Nessuit of Njoro and Barut Location in Nakuru.

    We have a wish to partner with you for the programmes within the region

    My Contacts are : wkorir2000@yahoo.com

  • Commented
    31 Jan 2012 11:33 GMT

    Childhelp Sierra Leone
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    childhelpsierraleone says: Thanks for this offer. We have just recived a lot of hand tools from Tools Foundation and have no generators or electricity power. We are kindly appealing that your organisation kindly assist us in this offer to have solar panels so that we can run this institute. We have also computers sent to us by Crossroads, but getting power is the problem and we burn lots of fuels every day.
    Thanks
    KAprie J G Thoronka
    Director
    ChildHelp SL
    CELL: 23278666269

  • Commented
    02 Feb 2012 04:22 GMT

    Young Christian Peace Promoters
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    gichure says: This is a dream come true .Please let us know how and what aretherequirement

  • Commented
    04 Feb 2012 09:26 GMT

    APAX (Association for Peace Values in Education)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Donata Uwimanimpaye says: My non profit organisation, apaxrwanda, works really in remote villages of Janja, Gakenke district, North Province /Rwanda.
    There is situeted our inclusive education school called " AMIS APAX-JANJA". It lacks completely electricity and water. Sr Donata

  • Commented
    13 Feb 2012 11:39 GMT

    Mwape Proculious

    Mwape Proculious says: Strategic Youth Organisation is Zambian Youth registered organisation and wishes to partner with you in the project of installing solar power to african villages. We Zambia is a very right beneficially from this project because the majority of the population does not have electricity.

    For more details you can email us on: strategicyouthorg@zambia.co.zm

    Waiting to hear from you soon

    Mwape Proculious

  • Commented
    14 Feb 2012 11:58 GMT

    Light and Life Mission Cameroon
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Ebontane Charles Sone says: We are of Light And Life Mission-Cameroon,A Mission with a heart to reaching out to the unreached in our community.Many of what we have been receiving from other Organizations goes to Training the underprivileged in our community.We train in Vocational Training helping people help themselves.Those who are not considered in the community are train to learn a trade in order also for them to become a blessing to others.We are interested in your offer since i know it will be of help to our Vocational Training School here in Kumba South West Region of Cameroon.
    Thanks for your cooperation and partnership.
    Rev Sone Charles
    00237-7759-1260
    charlessone@yahoo.com

  • Commented
    29 Feb 2012 02:19 GMT

    Cameroon One World Linking Association (COWLA)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Emmanuel Ngungoh says: The Cameroon One World Linking Association (COWLA) is an umbrella linking organisation that initiates, facilitates and manages links between individuals, organisations, groups, networks in Cameroon and elsewhere in Africa and the rest of the world.
    COWLA also has a development services division that works with parnters to manage poverty alleviation and sustainable human development projects in Cameroon and CEMAC Central African sub region in the area of agriculture, infrastructure, capacity building, enterprise development and intercultural dialogue and the arts.

    We would like to partner with you in order to serve remote areas in the North West, South West and West regions of Cameroon where electricity has not yet reached many remote areas and this undermines poverty alleviation, health, economic and social empwoerment and sustainable human development

    Contact
    Emmanuel Ngungoh
    Email: coordinator@cowla.org
    Telephone +237 99552841
    Website: www.cowla.org

  • Commented
    05 Mar 2012 08:24 GMT

    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Micheal and Esther Erwachu says: contact us at rcminternational@gmail.com

  • Commented
    07 Mar 2012 07:11 GMT

    CADASAL Kenya
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Rev. Isaac Muringih says: Christian Approach to Development in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands of Kenya (CADASAL-KENYA)

    CADASAL-Kenya would appreciate if you can consider us as you partners in Kenya. CADASAL-KENYA works with village community groups in the dry parts of Kenya where your technology is greatly needed. The sun heat is constant and we find the technology being quite relevant as these village lack power.
    You can visit our website at www.cadasalkenya.org/ke. In case you need more information you can email the director revisaac2008@gmail.com or teamleader1@cadasalkenya.org/ke

    Rev. Isaac Muringih
    Teamleader CADASAL-KENYA
    P.O. Box 58032 -00200
    Nairobi Kenya.

  • Commented
    09 Mar 2012 01:19 GMT

    Minteclc Bilingual Vocational Training Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    NEBA NGWA CLETUS says: MINTECLC BILINGUAL VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTER based in west Africa Cameroon is an organization operating under the surpervision of the ministry of employment and vocational training. We offer the following courses: Office Automation Secretarial Ship, Computerized accounting and management, Computer maintenance and Computer network maintenance. We are assisting the underprivileged(orphans, street children and disabled) to gain some professional training which can help them gain employment and improve their standard of leaving. Your offer of the solar power system will be very helpful to our institution since we are using a local energy supplier called sonel and there is constant black out, hence affecting our training. we will be very greatful to receive this offer.
    Neba Ngwa cletus - minteclas@yahoo.com Tel 23777212133

  • Commented
    24 Mar 2012 08:23 GMT

    Amono Youth Network
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Amono youth Network says: We work with poor villages,orphans,street kids, kids in crime zones with issues such as education and health. we are very interested in your offer as we have some medical centers, orphanages, village schools who needs these solar energy system. Hope to hear from you

    Edmund Osei
    amono Youth Network
    Box 1728 sunyani
    Ghana W/A

    Tel: 00233-245388780
    eoseitutu2@yahoo.co.uk

  • Commented
    24 Mar 2012 10:55 GMT

    Revelation Children's Ministries International
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Micheal and Esther Erwachu says: well we still on need of your services

  • Commented
    27 Mar 2012 08:16 GMT

    Mama Africa International Organisation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Kiwalabye Winnie says: I am winnie Kiwalabye from Mama africa international Organization Here in Uganda.
    we are a communtiy Based organization that forcuses of child care and community Empowerment and our Mission is

    We rescue, love and care for orphan children and women. We run programs and projects to meet their needs physically, academically, spiritually, and emotionally in order to prepare them for a brighter future & sustainability. We work in rural areas of Wakiso and the urban slum community of Nanyuguzi in Uganda's capital city of Kampala District.
    after reading your post i felt like introducing our selves to you and telling you more about how we were trained in making fuel Briqueets and now we train other Orphanages how to save the Environment and Earn a living.by making Chacole out of waste like sawdust e.t.c

    we will be happy to hear from you .
    admin.mamaafrica@gmail.com

  • Commented
    19 Apr 2012 01:49 GMT

    TEDO (The Eastern Development Organisation)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    The Eastern Development Organization says: The Eastern development organization(Tedo) is a non profit making organization with a key development organ which has a strong practical system as a component in Africa’ response to empowering; orphans, school drop out, single mothers,widowers,widows,disabilities, community leaders and church leaders to bring smile and hope to victimized mother of rape and neglected group to fight against poverty and this bring us to look for support from voluntary individuals and group funders.
    Tedo; with its ‘’vision’’ of support, train, care and demonstrate high standards for empowering community income generating activities. Its Unprecedented experience in addressing the needs of the mentioned group of people to bring harmony, the divorced couples to share life once again and making the raped mothers and neglected orphans and dis able persons smile again.
    Cases of orphans are escalating in Africa due to deaths, poverty and social upheaval that impact on communities hence our team remain as committed to help lives and hopes be transformed to Adults, youths and children affected with dis abilities, predudice, illness, poverty and all this is done with the heart for care, compassion, honesty, good stewardship of resources and transparency. Tedo addresses social, emotional and economical with free good vocational training practicals and to provide safe and clean water and attending to the affected communities with land slides, floods and droughts and helping farmers too.and its an area that need solar systems to help provide light, etc.
    Our programmers will result into a model of delivering orphans, single mothers, widows, widowers; dis able persons and training at community level that is both effective and sustainable for economical growth and development.
    As part of our engagement we are to provide step down skills for development and facilitating youths or groups with tools, equipment and machines to help them have a start in their careers or acquired skills (building trades) for income generating activities through this we empower the group to take a lead in developing services and advocating for greater access to voluntary individual and group funders.
    TEDO is to extend extra free practical support (emergency food, spiritual support, community and church leaders literacy training and good leadership management skills, support farmers in providing tools, seeds, technical support and machines-“Oxen ploughs, hoes, pangas, axes, pick axes, fork hoes, irrigation water pumps, generator” to help them produce and fight against poverty and famine, i.e. for a foundation of long term economic security and encouraging farmers to set out animal farms like piggery has started with two hoping to get support to expand and small scale farming for banana, cassava ,sugar cane and fish pond that lack support to expand as seen from the background pictures. Due to water borne diseases /epidemic escalating in our communities (cholera, typhoid, dysentery to mention a few) that has gone with people’s lives; thus ‘’TEDO’’ came up with provision of free safe clean and good water by drilling bore holes, protected shallow wells to the community and its from this that we look forward for funders to support us to address this challenge. To provide clothing’s, beddings, Ambulances, hospitals laboratory equipments, etc.This is done with the aim of mobilizing the communities towards independence and long term sustainability. We look forward in net-working and collaborating with others in order to maximize our impact.
    Barasa lawrence.
    director.

  • Commented
    14 May 2012 07:18 GMT

    Motherhood Childcare Project
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    ALICE NORAH says: Dear Human wave thanks for the offer we are also interested in this offer

  • Commented
    16 Jun 2012 05:38 GMT

    Somaliland University of Technology (SUTECH)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Somaliland University of Technology says: Somaliland University of Technology says: I am the President of the Somaliland University of Technology. Our university is non profit organisation. We work in a very harsh environment where we don't have conventional electric supply. We are about 10 Km out of Hargeisa City. We use a small generator which is not enough. The village we are in and beyond have never enjoyed electricity. Rural electrification is non existent although half of the population live in the countryside.

    We would like to partner with you in this noble project for training purposes. We would like to develop the solar system in our campus and train our students to develop the system within. This would be a break through for all the dark villages in the Somaliland and create jobs for a good segment of young people. This will eventually contribute to the poverty alleviation process in Somaliland.

    I would be pleased if you could consider partnering with us at your earliest convenience.

    Thanks for making this offer.

  • Commented
    26 Jun 2012 10:39 GMT

    Scholar Educational Services Limited
    (For-profit organisation)

    KAYODE SAHEED OLOGUNDUDU says: scholar educational services limited Nigeria will like to partner with you
    Ologundudu Kayode Saheed
    Managing Director
    Scholar Educational Services
    93 Lebanon st, Old -Gbagi
    Ibadan, Oyo State
    Nigeria.
    www.scholareduserve.com
    scholar769@yahoo.com
    mobile; 2348073125518, 2348094097167

  • Commented
    02 Jul 2012 01:42 GMT

    Masasi Youth Development Groups Network
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Emmanuel Nguye says: Masasi Youth Development Groups Network is a Non government Organization that exists in Masasi district in Mtwara region in Tanzania. It was officially start on 05/18/2002 and was formed with 34 groups of youth from every ward in the district of Masasi.
    Masasi District is an area of square KM.4429.9 this district is nearly 23% of the area of Mtwara Region, it has five divisions 34 wards and 158 villages.
    Your offer of the solar power system will be very helpful, since we are working in remoteness villages were there is no electricity power and fresh water.
    We are looking forward to cooperate with your organization.

  • Commented
    05 Jul 2012 11:47 GMT

    International Youth Council South Sudan Chapter
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Geoffrey Ochieng Alala says:
    We are International Youth Council - South Sudan Chapter, and affiliate body of the International Youth Council. We currently in need of Solar panel to power a youth training and internet center for the youths in Magwi County, Eastern Equatoria State. We are based in the remotest part of South Sudan and currently operates the center using a petrol powered generator. This has proved expensive and environmentally unfriendly. We are interested in a partnership with you and a possible support.

    Regards
    Geoffrey Alala
    IYC - South Sudan Chapter

  • Commented
    07 Jul 2012 10:28 GMT

    Redeem Africa Leadership Foundation (RALFo)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Redeem African Leadership Foundation says: REDEEM AFRICAN LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR YOUR OFFER BECAUSE THEY HAVE BEEN IN THE GOMOA WEST DISTRICT IN THE CENTRAL REGION OF GHANA FOR MANY WATER PROJECTS AND SOLAR LIGHT.

    CONTACT : CHRIS ARTHUR, PRESIDENT, chris@realec.org, 233 541173031

  • Commented
    13 Jul 2012 07:45 GMT

    Missing Link Uganda
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    SIRAJE BAZIBU says: Kindly send us more information on this partnership

    Missing Link Uganda
    missinglinkuganda@yahoo.com

  • Commented
    25 Jul 2012 03:48 GMT

    Association for Local Self Reliance (ALSRE)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Association for Local Self Reliance says: We are a registered NGO based in The Gambia and we will like to work in partnership with your organisation in the same field of operation and of interest.

    Please kindly send us your notification for future responses and all informations will be tender in due course.

    Maurice Yajoh,
    Executive Director,
    Association for Local Self Reliance (ALSRE Gambia

  • Commented
    28 Jul 2012 08:19 GMT

    Mulema Life Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mulema life foundation says: Hello! Kindly consider us as partners in Africa ( Kenya ) A large part of this region has no access to main electricity grid. We can have solar energy saving environment and economies here. I look forward to reading from you. E-mail: mulemalifefoundation@gmail.com James Mulema. (Executive Director)

  • Commented
    28 Jul 2012 08:21 GMT

    Mulema Life Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Mulema life foundation says: Hello! Kindly consider us as partners in Africa ( Kenya ) A large part of this region has no access to main electricity grid. We can have solar energy saving environment and economies here. I look forward to reading from you. E-mail: mulemalifefoundation@gmail.com James Mulema. (Executive Director)