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Revision as of 04:42, 18 January 2016

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Initiatives by topic

Food activism

Solar cooking resources in Burkina Faso

News and comment

2010

2010 SEED Award Winners, [1] November 3

"Manufacture and Popularization of Biomass Briquettes". Aiming to replace wood and charcoal with biomass briquettes from fallen leaves and other sources of unused biomass, this progressive enterprise of local and international NGOs and a research institution helps to combat desertification, create jobs in rural communities and raise awareness for alternative energy sources.

"Initiative for Promoting and Distributing Bio-Pesticides". The initiative's ambitious goal is to promote and distribute ecological pest control for organic crops, especially cotton, vegetable and oil-producing crops. In this way, the partnership of local and community-based organisations and research agencies hopes to increase yields and preserve the production environment.

2009

2009 SEED Award Winners, [2] May 12

"Nafore & Afrisolar energy kiosks". A small business and international NGOs are cooperating to provide sustainable energy supply to poor communities by expanding the use of "Nafore", a PV-based telephone charger, powered 100% on solar energy.

Interwiki links

Wikipedia: Burkina Faso, Yacouba Sawadogo


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  1. unep.org
  2. United Nations Environment Programme