Refugee Entrepreneurs Driving the Energy Transitions in Displacement Settings

From Kakuma refugee camp to Nakivale Refugee Settlement, a remarkable group of individuals is leading change through entrepreneurial initiatives that go beyond the obstacles of refugees, each offering a distinct and transformative solution to the pressing issue of energy access in refugee camps. From solar plants and biodegradable waste briquette production to sustainable battery renewal and innovative sanitation projects. This blog delves into their inspiring journeys, shedding light on the untold stories of those who, against all odds, are actively shaping the future of energy access in displacement settings.

Read the latest Transforming Humanitarian Energy Programme (THEA) blog post here.

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Last updated: 08/03/2024

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