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GSSD South-South Expo 2 ( UNIDO ) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Global South-South Development EXPO 29 October 2013
  • 2. Innovation: Africa is a 501©3 New York based Non profit Organization with a SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS TO THE UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL
  • 3. MISSION Innovation Africa brings renewable energy technologies to African villages to power schools, medical clinics and orphanages, and to pump water using Israeli technology and local solutions.
  • 4. WHAT WE’VE DONE: 65 4 PROJECTS COMPLETED COUNTRIES
  • 5. WHERE WE WORK: Ethiopia Uganda Office Tanzania Office Malawi Office
  • 6. UGANDA 39 PROJECTS Budwale Health Center Budwale Primary School Bumadanda Health Center Bumadanda Primary School Buvundya Orphanage I Buvundya Orphanage II Kaliro Community HIV/AIDS Organization (KACHO) Kaliro Orphanage Katira Primary School Katira Health Center Kolonyi Water Project Lubuulo Primary School
  • 7. OUR PROJECTS IN PICTURES UGANDA CONTINUED Lwaso Primary School Nabigwaali Health Clinic Nabikooli Health Center Namutumba Synagogue Nanzala Primary School Nawampiti Medical Clinic Nawansekese Primary School Poultry Farm and Community Center Putti Farm Putti Library & Synagogue Putti Primary School Putti Water Pumping System Sapiri Health Centre Sapiri Primary School Solar Kiosk Ten Individual Homes Thornbury Bufumbo Health Center Mugiti Primary School
  • 8. TANZANIA 10 PROJECTS Budwale Health Center Budwale Primary School Bumadanda Health Center Bumadanda Primary School Buvundya Orphanage I Buvundya Orphanage II Kaliro Community HIV/AIDS Organization (KACHO) Kaliro Orphanage Katira Primary School Katira Health Center Kolonyi Water Project Lubuulo Primary School ETHIOPIA 1 PROJECT Gudo Clinic
  • 9. MALAWI 15 PROJECTS Bright Vision CBO Chadza Helath Clinic Kapanga Health Clinic Chikowa Health Center Chimwa Secondary School Kafinya Primary School Kapudzama CBO Mingongo Health Center Mngwangwa Primary School Ndaula HC Water Pumping System Ndaula Health Center Ndaula Primary School Ndaula Secondary School Nthondo Health Clinic Ukwe Health Center
  • 10. 478,661PEOPLE HAVE ACCESS TO ISRAELI INNOVATION: 284,023 MALAWI 151,457 UGANDA 23,522 ETHIOPIA 19,659 TANZANIA
  • 11. WHY WE DO IT:
  • 12. 64% of sub-Saharan Africans live in villages like this one (World Bank Report on Agriculture and Development)
  • 13. Children chop down wood-- their own natural resources-- just to have something to burn.
  • 14. Women and children spend hours each day fetching water, preventing them from going to school and earning a living.
  • 15. “More people die from unsafe water than from all forms of violence, including war.” UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon
  • 16. 585 Million Africans live without electricity (From a statement in November 2011 Ban Ki Moon)
  • 17. SOLAR POWERED WATER PUMPS
  • 18. WE INSTALL SOLAR PUMPS WE INSTALL WATER TANKS
  • 19. WE INSTALL WATER STATIONS
  • 20. WE ARE PUMPING OVER 20,000 LITERS OF WATER A DAY PER VILLAGE
  • 21. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: CREATING BUSINESS & GENERATING INCOME
  • 22. SOLAR POWERED MEDICAL CLINICS
  • 23. Bufumbo Village, Uganda Population: 29,158 people
  • 24. . .
  • 25. Nurse Hajala Zandia and Innovation: Africa’s Founder & President Sivan Ya’ari
  • 26. On Average, the number of women seeking maternal healthcare at our medical clinics increases by 400% after solar installation
  • 27. We power the homes of their staff, making it easier for the clinic to recruit and retain employees.
  • 28. SOLAR POWERED SCHOOLS & ORPHANAGES
  • 29. Chimwa Secondary School, Malawi Population: 400 students
  • 30. Every night, students used to come to school to study by candlelight.
  • 31. We installed 120 watts of solar energy… …and light bulbs in each classroom.
  • 32. Now Chimwa Secondary School looks like this… …with students and teachers crowding into the classrooms each night for evening study and homework help.
  • 33. Graduation rates have as much as tripled in our primary and secondary schools after solar installation.
  • 34. Kaliro Orphanage, Uganda Population: 300
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  • 36. SOLAR COMMITTEES
  • 37. SOLAR SYSTEM EQUIPMENT INSTALLED: Batteries will need replacing within 4-5 years.
  • 38. Mobile penetration is outgrowing Africa’s energy grid, and this growing gap has driven demand for off-grid charging solutions.
  • 39. 65 BUSINESSES IN OUR 65 PROJECTS WE INSTALL solar cell phone charging stations at each of our projects. The business is run by a staff member. Customers from the village pay approximately $0.15 to charge their phones.
  • 40. RECORD TRANSACTION: Each transaction is recorded in the facility's record book. DEPOSIT IN BANK ACCOUNT: Income from the charging station is deposited into the bank account. All receipts are checked monthly.
  • 41. REPLACE LIGHT BULBS REPLACE BATTERIES
  • 42. SAMPLE REMOTE MONITORING REPORT
  • 43. Mutisya John Project Manager, Tanzania
  • 44. Dr. Samson Wamani Health Development Officer, Uganda
  • 45. Robert Khakhosi Project Manager, Uganda
  • 46. Alex Kaomba Project Manager, Malawi
  • 47. Elias Lazaro Solar & Water Contractor, Malawi
  • 48. Robert Bakalumpagi Solar Contractor, Uganda
  • 49. SUMMARY • Results: Close to $1 million have been invested in the African continent helping over 470,000 people access clean water and electricity • Ownership- the key to success: Our model of sustainability has created businesses and empowered local populations and businesses • 2015: Looking to scale up and expand to three new countries by 2015