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.

Projects with same technology

Exchange: Sharing Learning Across Projects: Operating Micro Hydro Plants (MHP) as Commercially Viable Enterprises

To empower local management committees to develop their MHPs into sustainable and profitable businesses

Exchange: Practice-to-Policy Exchange for Grid-Connected Micro Hydro Power in South/Southeast Asia

This exchange activity aims to nurture knowledge exchange between multi-actors for grid-connected micro hydro technology across the region of South and Southeast Asia and to enable members of the Hydro Empowerment Network (HPNET) to operate renewable energy technologies apart from the national grid.

Projects in same country

Cameroon Sustainable Sun Bakeries Program

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

One Village, One Mill: creation of a small solar processing unit in Mekomo in central Cameroon