The renewable energy workshop and its team Copyright: SOFIs WORLD

Restart of the renewable energy production workshop at SOFIs WORLD in Kenya

With the support of URBIS, our long-time partner SOFIs WORLD, in cooperation with the implementing partner IRUWA, was able to restore the renewable energy workshop in the Taita Hills in southeastern Kenya to good condition and restart the production of renewable energy technologies, especially biogas and solar thermal.


Copyright: ACCOD

Solar energy for rural health facilities to improve maternal and child health services

This year, the Alpha Childcare and Community Development Organisation (ACCOD) from Uganda implemented a solar project in two health stations in rural areas as part of the URBIS funding programme.


Copyright: ESGB

Photovoltaic system for child protection centre and training farm in Benin

This year, our long-standing partner Kinderrechte Afrika e.V., with the financial support of the Urbis Foundation, installed a 3.6 kWp photovoltaic system on the Terre des Anges training farm in southern Benin.


Primary school of Kabagolo. Copyright: Giving Children Hope

Solar energy for schoolchildren in Uganda

Thanks to the great engagement of our partner the Giving Children Hope Initiative from Uganda the primary school in Kabagolo village has finally access to electricity.


Copyright: Mivo Energie

Installation of a photovoltaic system at CRETFP in Dapaong

As part of our Bengo project in the north of Togo, we have successfully completed another stage together with our partners from Mivo Energie (NGO from Togo) and Entrepreneurs du Monde (French NGO) and installed a 10 kWp solar system on the grounds of the vocational school in Dapaong.


Copyright: ACSET

Green citizen energy in Uganda

In Uganda, our ProREU Green Citizen Energy project, which we are implementing together with our partner ACSET, is making great strides. Agreements for cooperation have been concluded with public and private actors in the region. The technical preparations for the creation of the open source database for existing solar systems have been completed and the first sites have been recorded.