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WORLD SOLAR FUND

  • Helps people after natural disasters
  • Helps people in refuge camps
  • Helps vulnerable groups in developing countries

OUR MISSION

We introduce solar energy as a replacement for the current hazardous energy sources (kerosene, batteries, wood), to contribute to local and regional economic and social developments and hereby reduce the environmental and health effects. We aim to help people in crisis situations, people in refugee camps and people living in poverty in developing countries.  We try to do this in cooperation with local NGO’s.

We help poor people to have acces to solarlights and solarcookers and hereby reduce deforestation.

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RESOURCES

fundraising for WSF

We raise funds and sponsors for the (co-) financing of solar projects and the purchase of solar products for all the vulnerable groups.

PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES

We support projects where it is immediately obvious there is help needed, such as refugeecamps, schools and health centers in developing countries and after a natural disaster.

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OUR GOAL

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We are supporting 6 of 17 UN’s Sustainable Development Goals:

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WSF NEWS

Highlights from World Solar Fund

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

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

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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