A hot-water supply through solar energy ensures hygienic maternity care in health centres.
By using solar pumps on broken wells, Nama farmers in the Maltahöhe region regain access to a regular water supply.
Solar-powered light, water and machinery will help women in the communities of Thian Worou and Tantaga to process various agricultural products.
Thanks to the expansion of a mini-grid, entrepreneurs in Senegal can really get going.
A biogas plant in the village of Kontoubarou enables cooking without firewood while producing ecological fertiliser for agriculture.
Renewable energy can greatly benefit social institutions, by powering refigeration or water access in medical centres and schools.
Clean electricity for refugee families in Uganda Through approximately 330 savings communities in refugee shelters and host communities, ZOA aims to promote the market for sustainable solar solutions.