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Familie Mbewe, Namatingwi Village

(ID: 537 | Donated: Open | Associated project 519)
Type: Familie
Category:
Project manager: Stefan Schwarz
SolarKit:
Country: Malawi
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Zuntara Kubare

(ID: 437 | Donated: Open | Associated project 417)
Type: Familie
Category:
Project manager: Torsten Krauße
SolarKit:
Country: Ghana
Very poor family with 1 child that their living from farming. Their source of light is lantern
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Gracia Kaj

(ID: 232 | Donated: Donated | Associated project 229)
Organization: Abiola gGmbH
Type: Familie
Category:
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
SolarKit:
Country: Kongo
In the association Fondation Maman Kaj we take care of 3 orphanages, 2 hospices for older women, 1 prison, 2 military hospitals and a shelter for young people, former refugees or potential refugees. Gracia Kaj lives in Lubumbashi in the Kamalondo district. She is a trained teacher but has no job. She teaches at the orphanage. With electricity, she could help the children with their homework in the evening.
Already donated: 35€
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Dorf GANIKPEROU in Nord Benin

(ID: 643 | Donated: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
SolarKit: Solar Family 5W
Country: Benin (Afrika)
PROJECT: SUPPORTING THE VILLAGE OF GANIKPEROU WITH FAMILY SOLAR KITS The village has 351 households and around 2,153 inhabitants according to the 2013 census of census and housing. Ganikpérou, like almost all villages in the municipality of Kouandé, is difficult to access. While this village is electrified, some families still remain in the dark as their income from working in the fields prevents them from subscribing to the Beninese Electricity Energy Company (SBEE) conventional network. Some teachers are in this village with no electricity, making it difficult to prepare for class or correct homework. The situation with the students is the same or worse, which has a negative effect on the school results of the place. Income generating activities are also negatively impacted, as as soon as night falls everyone retires to their homes and waits for the sun to reappear. Faced with this situation, the support of these few families registered in this village in family solar kits will enable them to get out of this precarious situation, both in terms of education and in terms of developing income-generating activities. ***** 1- BOUKARI Boni, 2-GATA Bio, 3- OROU Barnabas, 4- BATIA Gnon,5-OROU Benjamin,6-KOUTI Alain, 7- OROU CHABI KINA Pona, 8-SAMBIENI Zénabou, 9-OROU YERIMA Béatrice,10- SABI KINA Nicaise,11-SABI KINA Gnon Yérima,12-BIO Antoine,13-MAKO Bougnon,14-KOURA BIO Bougnon,15-SAMBIENI Odette,16-SABI Fatouma,17-BAGANA Elisée,18-GNAKA Orou, 19- WABA Michel,20-SANGA Gnaka,21-OROU Bio,22- MONTA B Gnaka,23- SABI Richard,24-BONI Colette,25-TARO Worou,26-WAMBA Séidou,27-BONI Baké,28-HOUNTEGNON José ***** A big thank you to the supervisor René Sobabe for all texts and pictures. ABIOLA TEAM.
Already donated: 945€
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Familie Ninja

(ID: 529 | Donated: Open | Associated project 519)
Type: Familie
Category:
Project manager: Stefan Schwarz
SolarKit:
Country: Malawi
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ANGEL GRACE SCHOOL COMPLEX EFFIA-KUMA

(ID: 721 | Donated: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Anonym
SolarKit: Sonstiges / Other
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Angel Grace School Complex was founded on 6th October, 2008 by Grace Pentecostal Assemblies of God, Effia-Kuma, Takoradi under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Paul Henry Dsane and Rev. Mrs. Doris Mamaa Dsane, as founder and proprietress respectively. The current teaching staff is 23 and the student enrollment stands at 350 with 166 girls and 184 boys. The School provides a conducive learning environmnent from preschool, primary to Junior High School. By the vision of the founder, the school aims to continue to provide holistic education undergirded by Christian principles and values to children from all walks of life so they can be transofrmed into global leaders. The computers will go a long way to ensure that ICT in fully intergrated into the teaching and learning process and give both facilitaors and learners the opportunity to be ready for the rapidly advancing world where these soft skills are required to thrive. We hope that the computers will help teaching and learning of all subjects taught with technology and equip learners to visualize and have hands on practice, take tests and quizzes from the computers and also use them for coding and robotics which prepares the for the job market of the future. ***** ABIOLA is pleased to be able to contribute to the education of students in Ghana. Many thanks for assistance in setting up the computers to Pastor Dr. Daniel Ayembilla, Referee Andrew Jeremiah Nai-Mensah, Referee Jeffery Ayembilla, and Timo and David and all the other helpers.
Already donated: 35€
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Elhadji Abdou KANÉ / Guidan Tawaye - Niger

(ID: 237 | Donated: Donated | Associated project 236)
Type: Familie
Category:
Project manager: Isidore-Osterried
SolarKit:
Country: Niger
Elhadji Aboud Kané lives with his wife and five children in the very remote village of Guidan Tawaye. They just \"survive\" like that and often fight with hunger. Two of the children are adults and try to contribute to livelihood with small trade. A solar kit would help everyone: the children to learn in the evening and to do sewing and other handicrafts for the women, which can contribute to the livelihood.
Already donated: 35€
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Lawra Methodist school, Ghana

(ID: 265 | Donated: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Schule
Project manager: Christoph Köhler
SolarKit: Solar Family 5W
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
The Lawra Methodist school was founded by the Methodist Church. The school is attended by nearly 70 students, who are taught by seven teachers and a headmaster. Primary school classes 1 - 6. Not all of the 70 students have electricity at home. There are still houses that have no connection to the electricity. In cooperation with the teachers, a list was compiled of who the student has no electricity at home. With home visits we could then collect more information, take pictures and identify backgrounds. Most of the families are afloat with agriculture and all are very poor. The lack of electricity does not make everyday life easier. Especially in the evening it becomes difficult to cook, learn and have fellowship in the family. It is already dark at 6:00 pm. Even going to the toilet is often difficult and often dangerous. The snakes and scorpions can hide in the dark. Often the whole family shares a flashlight and it is improvised with the mobile phone (one cell phone per family), torches, lanterns or similar! Often students say that they would like to learn more in the evening, but without light it is difficult. And it is more important to use the light for the work in the evening than to learn. With the Solar Family Kits we want to enable the students to have the opportunity to study in the evening, also in order to get better at school and have a chance for a good education. And that families have more than just a small source of light available in the evening.
Already donated: 315€
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Douri-Pokoro Village

(ID: 692 | Donated: Donated)
Type: Projekt
Category: Dorf
Project manager: Anonym
SolarKit: Solar Family 5W
Country: Ghana (Afrika)
Duori-Pokoro is part of the community conglomerate Duori, northwest Ghana. The location of the community can be considered challenging. It is not only electricity which the people do not have it is also the lack of pure drinking water that puts a huge burden on the inhabitants. Having access to only few water sources they are forced to share these places with animals who often clean themselves in the water. Therefore, the quality of the water is rather bad. Fetching water in the early morning when it is still dark helps the inhabitants to be able to get water with better quality since no animals have visited the source. Combined with the shortcomings in terms of light receiving Solarkit donations will mean a great opportunity for the people of Duori-Pokoro. Finding the way with the light of a Solarkit will ease this necessary work as well as a lot of other activities. Thus, the community with its 40 families is thankful to receive this help. ---- 1- GUO Kulla, 2- GBIEL Puli, 3- TANGMOOLU Tang, 4- BAPOO Kulla, 5- MUONAALONG Kullah, 6- PULI Kullah, 7- DERY Kuulee, 8- TANG Mose, 9- KONPARA Zuuri, 10- NANTUO Kojo, 11- NGMENABANG Mantuo, 12- BOWOO Daniel, 13- BAWOO Yaw, 14- NIMENEE Yumazae, 15- ZAGEPOGE Kullah, 16- VULSUURI Moses, 17- DERY Angtuonkuu, 18- VULSUURI Yorbon, 19- DORSOOLAH Pul, 20- DORSOOLAH Tampuori, 21- MAALUULABOBO Elizabeth, 22- BASO Kantietang, 23- MAALUULABOBO Richard, 24- DAGASORLAH Rose, 25-TANG Joel, 26- SORKUU Alata, 27- ZORKARAA Batienang, 28- ZORKARAA Dassah, 29- ZORKARAA Samwine 30- TANG Alice, 31- KAATAWEH Kontuonko Kojo, 32- BAYUO Pul, 33- TEGLEBONG Kussah, 34- TUUPUO Kullah, 35- ZYNYENE Saafalong, 36- ZIEM Stephe, 37- DAPILAH Juliana. 38- KANTUONURO Suokabon, 39- GBIEL Muoro-Ero, 40- DASAAH Gordfreed
Already donated: 1400€

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