Project: Clean and affordable energy for all

Advancing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in southern Belize


Project Status: Finished in 2020


Overview

The project helped reduce inequalities and support rural development by providing 150 low-income families with: 

  • Access to clean and affordable solar-powered energy via the delivery of Mobile Solar-Powered Supply Units.
  • Complementary education about the  operation and care of the units provided.
  • An overview of the Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs).

The project was implemented in 5 villages:

Cowpen, Bella Vista, San Isidro, Trio and San Pablo.


Key activities and deliverables

 617 people in 150 households gained access to a small Mobile Solar-Powered Supply Unit.

A representative of each household participated in a training session centered on the SDGs, solar power, and the units' use.

 


101,908 people were reached on social media with project-related messages.

 



Synergies

During project implementation, HPPBZ collaborated with:

  • Representatives from Village Councils

Time Frame

Start: May 2020 

End: October 2020

Duration:  7 months



This project was funded by