Kamsi Solar Solar-powered light at school in Djomga Solar powered light in Djomga school Girl able to study after dark with new lights

Community Building Group, Ltd. Inc.

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Community Building Group, Ltd. Inc. was founded in 1989 to assist the establishment of self-directed communities. CBG is designated a non-profit corporation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service code; and is controlled by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of international development, real estate industry, and community professionals. CBG's Mission The first goal is to develop sustainable communities with a focus on water collection and storage, renewable energy, and quality homes affordable to low and moderate income and elderly families. CBG develops communities through joint ventures with the residents and both private and public sectors. Testing new technolog...

Project Leaders
Kathleen McDonald
Seydou Traore
Organization Information
13801 Walsingham Road #A-119
Largo, FL 33774
United States

  BRIDGE# 1427242986
Organization Information
13801 Walsingham Road #A-119
Largo, FL 33774
United States

  BRIDGE# 1427242986

Projects (2)

Educating Girls Using Solar Power
Burkina Faso / Education
Give Water Give Life
Burkina Faso / Climate Change

Project Reports

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Jan 24, 2018
See the Wonderful Impact of the Rainwater Catchment Basin
See the True Impact of the Rainwater Catchment Basin Last week, our CBG-WA local team accompanied US Embassy personnel to the village of Kamsi in central-west Burkina Faso.  With donations from...
Jan 24, 2018
Amazing Benefits of Solar-Powered Energy
Girls in the Burkina Faso villages of Kamsi, Djomga, and Sissene are attending school and now have solar-powered lighting to allow them to study after dark.   The solar-powered lights and...
Oct 27, 2017
Solar irrigation to empower women
This project report is a submission to GlobalGiving's 2017 Fail Forward Contest, where organizations are asked to share a story of when they tried something new that didn't go as planned and how...
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