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Mozambique

High quality honey now produced in Sofala

Since April 2016 SustainableEnergy has been supporting ADEL Sofala in the implementation of a EU supported honey value chain project. The project is part of a larger EU programme intended to spark new energy into rural economic development in several provinces of Mozambique. Moses Kakanu who is the project coordinator to ADEL explains the latest developments: “After…

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Decentralisation and Climate Change

The program consists of two country programs in Mozambique and Kenya, respectively. The target groups in the two programs are vulnerable population groups whose living conditions are further deteriorated by the noticeable climate change the regions are exposed to, for example, shifting rain patterns, frequent floods, decrease in yields and longer droughts. Through a number…

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The Solar EMpower project brings light to Maringue district

Soon the houses in Maringue will be illuminated”, as project officer at Muleide, Rosaria Zaituna puts it. The lightning will come as a result of a new project granted by the Danish Cooperative bank, Merkur. The Solar EMpower project will seek to improve the delivery system for solar lamps in the Maringue district by creating…

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Continued ceasefire in Mozambique is good news

The continued ceasefire in Mozambique is good news for programme-supported communities: The implementation of the SE Danida funded programme in Mozambique has now begun. The scope of the programme is to strengthen local Natural Resource Management Committees, to ensure that the communities gain from the local exploitation of natural resources and disseminate experiences to appropriate…

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Launch of new programme

As per January 2017 all SE’s Danida funding to Mozambique is directed into a consortium of partners who together will implement a three year programme: Natural Resource Management Committees in Sofala – Governance, Rights and Climate Change The programme will in parts be a continuation of the previous work of ADEL Sofala in organising and…

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New project in Sofala

New project in the Sofala province sets out to improve economic development and reduce poverty by assisting beekeepers On April 1st 2016 SustainableEnergy launched a new project called ProDEl in Mozambique in collaboration with its local partner ADEL to improve the value chain of honey production. ADEL has since 2006 been engaged in the honey…

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COP 21: Interview with Hamid

Join forces – and change will happen: Interview with Hamid: Hamid Taybo is Director for ADEL in Beira, Mozambique. 1. How do you see the connection between COP21 and ADEL in Mozambique? ADEL’s work in Mozambique is of course a small contribution to fight climate change, but the activities we have integrated at community level…

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ADEL treads new ground

ADEL treads new ground: ADEL-Sofala in Mozambique has embraced the new programmatic approach in the partnership with SustainableEnergy and is changing their way of working. ADEL has many years of experience working directly with communities on economic development, environmental protection and promotion of technologies, but they are now in the process of changing their emphasis.…

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Improvement of the value chain of honey production contributing to economic development and poverty reduction in Sofala Province

The project focuses on enhancing local producers’ access to the formal market by improving the production and strengthening integration of the small-scale beekeepers in the value chain of honey production. The project will include training in 1) modern beekeeping methods, 2) organization and strengthening of local beekeeper associations, and 3) business plans. The project seeks…

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