Micro Hydropower for the rural population in Cameroon

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ADEID (Action pour un Développement équitable, Intégré et Durable) has gained successful and valuable experiences in local construction, installation and operation of micro hydropower plants in rural areas of Cameroon and other African countries. The project included inter alia the construction of an improved micro hydropower plant and an expert seminar with the financial sector to demonstrate the credit worthiness and international experts to exchange experiences. One objective and result of the project was the dissemination of the experiences on micro hydropower by issuing a handbook that presents the lessons learned in 15 years of participatory development of hydro power plants.

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RISE - Rebuilding Infrastructure for Sustainable Energy Access

This project aims to contribute to the vision of “Building Back Better” to rebuild disaster-resilient communities by restoring sustainable energy access. The contribution will be in the form of the restoration of the earthquake-struck micro hydro systems in order that the livelihood options for communities and individuals can be re-established.

Exchange: First Central American Conference of Small-Scale Hydroelectric Generators: Sharing Experiences and Coordinating Efforts for Efficient Management in Providing Clean Energy

To promote the exchange of knowledge and sharing of experiences between practitioners involved in small-scale hydroelectric projects

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Cameroon Sustainable Sun Bakeries Program

To introduce the environmentally friendly concept of solar baking while providing opportunities for women to gain their own income

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