News and projects

Solar Lamp with Mobile Charger for Student during lockdown.

By WSF / 28 September 2020 / Comments Off on Solar Lamp with Mobile Charger for Student during lockdown.

Port Harcourt Nigeria Children use the Green Sunlight (solar lamp with mobile charger) to charge their phones, get informations about preventions and precautionary measures about Covid-19. The Green Sunlight helps the students to charge their mobile devices, study online and stay connected with other students etc.

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Uncontrolled woodcutting in the Manicaland region of Zimbabwe has left many fields treeless

By WSF / 28 September 2020 / Comments Off on Uncontrolled woodcutting in the Manicaland region of Zimbabwe has left many fields treeless

This blog was written by Jussa M Kudherezera from Zimbabwe. He founded Manica Youth Assembly (MAYA), a youth-based community organization advocating for peace, environmental protection and rectifying social injustices. MAYA empowers youths to take up governance issues. The rate at which deforestation is occurring here will transform Zimbabwe into an outright desert in just 35…

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The impact the global spread of coronavirus on vulnerable refugee camps

By WSF / 12 April 2020 / Comments Off on The impact the global spread of coronavirus on vulnerable refugee camps

We hope you and your loved ones are safe and have been faring as well as possible under this extraordinarily difficult circumstances we all face at this moment. The coronavirus has unleashed a global catastrophe and an unprecedented crisis for the whole world. It has hit prestige economies and markets hard. It has killed people…

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World Solar Fund in Cameroon

By WSF / 3 December 2019 / Comments Off on World Solar Fund in Cameroon

In this newspaper from Cameroon, an article is publiced about World Solar Fund. We want to start a project with our locale partner organisation Ebase, Doctor Partick Okwen in Cameroon. After a succesfull pilot project for school children and pregnant women in the north-western of Cameroon. In this article you can read all about the…

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WSF to introduce solar products in Zimbabwe

By WSF / 2 December 2019 / Comments Off on WSF to introduce solar products in Zimbabwe

In this newsletter we would like to tell you about our cooperation with the World Solar Fund (WSF). World Solar Fund (WSF) is a non-profit organization, registered in the USA and Europe, which aims to improve the living conditions of vulnerable groups. WSF wants to help people after a natural disaster and people that are…

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In Africa, We Are Bringing the Sunshine into Our Homes!

By Charles Dickson / 16 May 2019 / Comments Off on In Africa, We Are Bringing the Sunshine into Our Homes!

By Okwen P Mbah, eBASE Team Lead In Cameroon and most of Africa, food is usually prepared by women and children on a three stones fireside. They usually spend hours gathering wood and several more hours cooking food. Women and children therefore spend an average of 9 hours daily in the kitchen breathing smoke from…

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Highlights from World Solar Fund

By Charles Dickson / 16 May 2019 / Comments Off on Highlights from World Solar Fund

The students Previously, we had problems when reading with lanterns in the night. The Lanterns consume kerosene and are not bright enough when we are using it to read at nights. Lanterns are hazardous and produce smokes that are harmful to our health. They affect our eyes and make many students not to study for…

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Productive Encounter with Charles Dickson

By Charles Dickson / 15 May 2019 / Comments Off on Productive Encounter with Charles Dickson

Great inspiration and a heart for innovation: Meeting Charles Dickson was most interesting in every way of the term. He came to Japan with the hope to encounter a good network to support him deploy his amazing innovations and luckily he is a friend of Nobuko a brand ownership member of the Marine Foundation. Upon…

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BornFyne Connects Pregnant Women With Health Providers

By Charles Dickson / 15 May 2019 / Comments Off on BornFyne Connects Pregnant Women With Health Providers

Problem Since the Anglophone crisis started in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon, access to health care services has challenged many. Many health facilities in rural areas have either shut down or run on a low-budget alongside inadequate medical staff and resources. This has left many pregnant women to cater for themselves.…

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