105 maintenance technicians from the 49 health districts of Burundi and from the central level benefited from this training organized by the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) with the support of UNICEF Burundi.
In Burundi, figures show that today access to energy is low and below the African average of 47%. Thanks to a government project funded by the World Bank and other development partners, Burundi expects the situation to improve in the coming years.
Depending on who you talk to on the streets of Bujumbura, there are arguments for and against the embargo that has left public mobility extensively disrupted and livelihoods damaged or lost entirely.
ICU Onlus – Institut pour la Coopération Universitaire invite les soumissionnaires intéressés à participer à cet Appel d’Offres International Ouvert pour la fourniture, l’installation, la mise en service, la formation/assistance technique de 26 systèmes photovoltaïques dans 30 écoles des Provinces Kirundo et Ruyigi au Burundi
The Africa Minigrid Developers Association (AMDA), represented by Chief Executive Officer, Jessica Stephens, and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) represented by the Secretary General, Ms Chileshe Mpundu Kapwepwe, signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the two organizations.
Phase I of the Energy Access Project will benefit not only the population but also private sector development.
EDFI ElectriFI supports the development of renewable energy generation systems in sub-Saharan Africa, including solar home systems, green mini-grids, as well as solar systems for productive use by businesses.
In Burundi, the European Union (EU) is launching its EDFI ElectriFI and GET.invest programs with the aim of encouraging private investment in renewable energy. The aim of this funding is to support the electrification of Burundi, one of the least developed countries on the African continent.