Uganda (originally planned in the Republic of Chad) - A pilot solar kit “Plug and Play” to supply the Yumbe refugee camp

Description: Development of a pilot solar kit “Plug and Play” to supply the hospitalization service of the Yumbe refugee camp (originally planned for an anti-malaria center)
  • Localisation : Uganda (originally planned in the Republic of Chad)
  • ONG partenaire : Médecins sans Frontières
  • Dates : 2016-2017
  • Statut du projet : In progress
  • Engagement financier: 15 K€ in 2016, installation mission and technical advice
  • Selected project
  • Feasibility study
  • Installation
  • Monitoring
  • Impact assessment

Project description

Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organisation that was created by doctors and journalists in 1971. Across 30 countries, the organisation provides medical assistance to people whose lives or health are threatened, mainly in war zones or during epidemics and natural disasters.

The MSF project aims to develop a system producing hybrid renewable energy to make health centres in Uganda autonomous.