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Ten women met recently at Solar Health Uganda’s Bulenga offices to report on their solar successes and challenges while raising awareness and promoting solar in their remote villages. The Kikaaya Women SET group was formed in early 2018 by Solar Health Uganda, an advoc...

Solar Health Uganda is pleased to welcome Siriman Kiryowa to our team as an energy poverty consultant. Siriman Kiryowa has  profound expertise in a number of technical fields. He is a results-oriented researcher with excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Wi...

April 12, 2019

My name is Caroline Mwebaza. I live in the Wakiso District of Uganda where I work as an energy poverty consultant with Solar Health Uganda, an NGO   supported by LTBLI. Solar Health Uganda is an innovative organization that partners with many organization including Let...

October 23, 2018

Hanifa Namazzi is an 80 year-old widow and charcoal vendor who grew up in a polygamous family of 15 people. Her father had 3 wives and the female children were not considered worthy of school fees. Hanifa never received an education and was married as a child at 13 yea...

August 7, 2018

Abdu –Mutwalibi Kigongo is 13 years old and lives with his mother Tahia Nalubega and two sisters in Gogonya, a village in the Wakiso District of Uganda. He is an engaging and cheerful young man who lives with a severe disability that impairs mobility and speech. His fa...

The solar health certificate program started with the recruitment of the 20 women who were to participate in the program for 3 weeks.

The recruitment session took two days that is on 17th and 18th of May 2018.The recruitment was successfully conducted and KACCAD was abl...

Medius Tibiita is a 48 year old single mother of 3 living in Katale-Seguku, in the Wakiso District of Uganda. Her eldest daughter, Sarah Ninsiima who is 17, suffered from cerebral malaria when she was 6. For the first 6 years of life, Sarah was a happy, healthy girl an...

February 5, 2018

Before receiving a safe solar light, one family suffered a terrible tragedy.

February 5, 2018

Elizabeth Namayanja is a 64 year old resident of Buwembo village in Bukomansimbi district.​

​Elizabeth used to live with her 5 grand children. However she lost one of the children, a four year old grandson last year in April in a fire accident caused by a lighting open...

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