What are some of the foreseeable impacts in the Kakuma and Kalobeyei area following your interventions?
Increased access to clean affordable and reliable power for the vibrant informal economy: There are more than 2,000 businesses including 14 wholesalers, four major markets in sub-camp one, two in sub-camp two, three in sub-camp three, and one in sub-camp four.
Increase in revenues for the enterprises: Access to clean, affordable, quality and reliable electricity, to run the appliances required in their business premises will enable
them to increase revenue, serve their customers better, and grow/expand especially for those needing cooling and refrigeration power.
Job creation: Our project hopes to create 6 permanent jobs and 60 temporary ones for the local communities, with 60 women trained as sales agents who can be paid a commission for generating sales for solar products to potential clients.
Better standards of living for women and youth as a result of increased income from employment and commissions.
Higher capacity to engage in the solar energy market due to training, knowledge transfer and coaching.
Higher technical capacity to provide operations and maintenance services in the solar market.