SOLAR HEALTH UGANDA
Solar Health Uganda (SHU) is an independent non-profit organization established in 2017, operating as a subsidiary of the Kyosiga Community Christian Association for Development (KACCAD). Committed to addressing entrenched energy poverty and combating climate change, SHU collaborates with local and international organizations to make a meaningful impact.
At Solar Health Uganda, our dedication is to leverage our expertise in promoting renewable energy solutions. Since our inception in 2017, we have implemented projects and offered monitoring services to initiatives funded by grants from Let There Be Light International and other grantors.
In close collaboration with Let There Be Light International, we have actively contributed to the design and development of innovative clean energy programs such as Safe Births + Healthy Homes and Lights 4 Literacy.
Our multifaceted initiatives include conducting surveys in communities to understand populations affected by energy poverty, providing outreach education on renewable energy, electrifying rural health clinics with solar power, and distributing pico solar lights.
Working alongside Let There Be Light International and various partners, we actively raise awareness about initiatives targeting vulnerable communities and individuals grappling with extreme energy poverty. Through our innovative program model, we strive to support existing social service organizations in enhancing health, wellness, education, economic, and environmental outcomes.
In addition to our programmatic efforts, SHU serves as a consulting partner for esteemed organizations in Uganda and East Africa. Our extensive experience is rooted in data-driven programming and implementation.
Join us in our mission to combat energy poverty, promote sustainable solutions, and create positive change in communities. Contact us to support these initiatives and be a part of the transformation.