News from Tanzania

With great success, the first partner project between I Love Windpower Tanzania (ILWPT) and Engineers Without Borders (EWB) UK branch at the University of Warwick took place in September 2013 in the village of Kemgesi, Serengeti region, Tanzania.

The new partnership (facilitated by James Low of Wind Empowerment) saw the two groups install a 1kW wind turbine to provide electricity for a girls boarding school at the Dr Omar Ali Secondary School.

Read the whole story here at “I love Windpower”

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2 Responses to News from Tanzania

  1. David Simms says:

    I love to hear about these wonderful stories…small, sustainable steps toward community empowerment and a better life. Thanks for posting it, Hugh.

  2. Joao says:

    Wonderful and inspirational news , congratulations to all !

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