Solar Energy training for 50 university students

by Environmental Foundation for Africa

Summary

Solar electricity and solar hot water courses will be taught as elective courses to students of Government Technical Institute - Sierra Leone.
$80.00
total raised
3
donors
0
monthly donors
7
years active

Challenge

Government Technical Institute-Kissy typically serves the least economically advantaged students in Sierra Leone and struggles to fund and attract specialised courses. This programme will target 50 students in the first year and increase this to 125 per year starting in the second year.

Solution

Solar electricity and hot water classes will begin in April 2009 and be fully integrated into the cirriculum for the 2009-2010 school year. Courses will be taught by locally available experts and faculty will be trained to continue the programme.

Long-Term Impact

Sierra Leone has an estimated youth unemployment rate of between 60-70% with formal sector employment as low as 9%. Providing high level training, through the existing education system can allow for employment in this emerging sector.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.efasl.org.uk
Environmental Foundation for Africa Website

Organization Information

Environmental Foundation for Africa

Location: Freetown Peninsula, PMB 34 - Sierra Leone
Website: http:/​/​www.efasl.org.uk
Environmental Foundation for Africa
Project Leader:
Chris Playford Playford
Project Co-ordinator EFA Renewable Energy Section
Lakka, Freetown Penninsula Sierra Leone

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