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Proud to work with Nakasongola District

We are proud and to have worked with Nakasongola District in the past 4 years under East African Civil Society for Sustainable Energy & Climate Action (EASE-CA). We are looking forward to more, fruitful cooperation and are honoured by the received letter of appreciations. This browser does not support PDF!

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Renewable Energy Conference 2022 (REC22) and Expo

Starting from the 3rd of November, and running until 5th of November this year. The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Uganda through the National Renewable Energy Platform is holding the second edition of the Renewable Energy Conference at Kobolo Independence grounds. If you’re as excited as we are and like to check out more about it, here’s the website and their brochure with more details.

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This Month at JEEP – 06.2022

The wheel of time turns, and newsletters come with it. Today, another newsletter detailing another month full of action arrives. Beginning the month with a trip to Zombo, we (Sylivia, Dianah, Brian and Winnie) trained people in financial literacy as part of the Environmental Education Project (ECO-PESA). These groups will later be responsible for the successful running of 4 energy hubs. They will provide environment-friendly innovative technologies to the local population.

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This Month at JEEP – 05.2022

Yet another monthly newsletter! This month was packed full with various activities. While Brian and Winnie, our field staff in Zombo were busy executing another hay basket training, we had the pleasure to welcome the Ugandan commissioner of renewable energies from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development. We had a very productive meeting in which we presented some current states of projects and discussed possibilities to upscale these projects even further with the support of his department!

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This Month at JEEP – 04.2022

This month we were hard at work to further several projects. In this spirit. Sylvia visited Arua and together with Jolly and Crispus they held several gender championship trainings as part of the the theme “Life skills for success” under the RED project. Aim of these trainings is to promote gender equality/equity and raise awareness about theses issues in communities and societies. The trained people will be role models in the furthering of gender equality and equity.

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This Month at JEEP – 03.2022

In this newsletter we briefly mention what we have been up to in the last month, hoping the curious reader enjoys following up. This month it was time for another trip to Zombo. As part of the ECO-PESA project, Sylivia, Tonny, Zeus and Derrick created awareness for the project with multiple seminars and a community drive. Additionally, Prossie and Derrick traveled to Nakaseke and Nakasongola for a follow-up with the media on site and keeping our public image in check.