Together with CANOPY ENERGIES SAS, which pledges to fight global warming by focusing on producing clean energy and reducing carbon emissions, we plan to distribute 50,000 Improved Cook Stoves to all eligible households in the Rusizi district in Western Rwanda over the next 2 years.
Providing households with improved cook stoves reduces the wood consumption by a factor 2.5, and thus limits the emissions of greenhouse gases due to cooking. This project alone should prevent the emission of 700,000 tCO2eq over the next 7 years. Clean cooking solutions also significantly reduce the smoke in households, improving health conditions.
For more information about CANOPY ENERGIES activities, please visit: https://canopy-energy.com/en/canopy-energy/
Climate-Smart Agriculture project was developed and is being implemented by RDIS organisation together with two dioceses of the Anglican church of Rwanda, namely Shyogwe and Cyangugu. The project is implemented in two phases, starting with Cyangugu diocese. It is meant to address the adverse effects of climate change, such as land degradation, deforestation, lower food production, unemployment etc, while also complementing the nation's efforts in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Rwanda.
The general objective of this project is therefore to increase farmer's productivity by introducing the use of solar-powered irrigation farming and greenhouses technologies, as well as to enhance environmental protection in the communities by providing training on field to 200 households in Nyamiyaga sector and 200 households in Kamembe sector.
The farm manager of Mbayaya Farm (from EAR Church - Shyogwe diocese) showing the visitor from UEM, Susanne Seiler the position of the second phase of the CSA project. The farm needs a considerable investment to be productive and therefore contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals in Rwanda. (March 2022)
Please download the full tender notice in PDF format here.
This report is intended to provide key partners and founding members of the organization with information concerning the project planned for, projects implemented, the challenges encountered, the manner by which they were dealt with and, impact in the communities where project are implemented with and for members in the communities. This covers the Period April 2021 – December 2021.
For further information, please download the full report here