Off-grid Solutions - Project Power for the future to areas without electricity Off-grid Solutions - Project Power for the future to areas without electricity

Off-grid Solutions Project

The areas that 1.1billion people live in without electricity, are limited by their lack of light at night, and are facing health care, education, and gender issues. In partnership with NGOs and NPOs, Panasonic is finding solutions for these people and supporting them in building poverty-free sustainable societies by providing equipment, offering education, and raising awareness.

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Model development of utilization of solar energy for community business in borders of West Kalimantan

Semitau and Suhaid, Kapuas Hulu, West Kalimantan

The villages are scattered along the Kapuas river, the longest in Indonesia. Villagers are making a living in fishing or agriculture. It is expected that electricity will be used for processing freshwater fish and agricultural products. There is no electricity infrastructure in place. However, in some villages, the government provides a solar panel to every home.

Started growing and processing the superfood “moringa”

2018.09

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A Woman's group in the village took on challenges of making processed food with freshwater fish

2018.09

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A technical instructor development program Was introduced

2018.09

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Contribution to the improvement of lives and education with photovoltaic power generation systems and lighting

Baingbin Senna Village, Ayeyawady Region

The village has a population of 1,845. Although the government has been undertaking electrification projects, the residents will have no access to electricity for at least five more years since the village is located in a remote area. 95% of the population are engaged in agriculture, with their income coming mainly from the double cropping of rice and beans. The schools in this village aim to achieve a high school enrollment rate of 40%.

About 400 children participated in an essay contest

2018.03

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We support academic development with the help of electricity

2018.07

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About 160 children participated in the Eco Learning Program for the first time

2018.09

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The local people have been able to lease solar storage units and sell popsicles

2018.03

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Held a donation ceremony in the city of Yangon

2018.07.13

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Aid to Bring Electricity and Improve Life for the Maasai

Enkutoto District, Narok County

Near the border of Tanzania, there is a village where 3,700 Maasai live. There is no industry in this region. The only resource is farming cattle and goats. Daily expenses per family average $2.5. The majority of households are below the poverty line. The nomadic Maasai are recently beginning to live in settled areas, but their lifestyles still depend on their traditional pasturing and small-scale agriculture. In part due to the effects of climate change, they find it difficult to escape from poverty. Only 36% of Kenyans have access to electricity, and only 12% in rural villages. This village is one without access to electricity.

School staff and members of the Local committee participated in a technical training session

2019.01

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Evening supplementary classes started at a primary school

2019.01

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Introduced farming vegetables with an electric irrigation pump

2019.01

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Introduced a literacy class for women

2019.01

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Held a donation ceremony at the Ilkimati Primary School

2019.1.31​

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