Mission: Green Empowerment provides villages in the developing world access to clean water, electricity through renewable energy, and sustainable solutions.
Results: Major program accomplishments include: 192,834-- Patients served by electrified health clinics 6,148-- People with clean water at home 24,140-- Households that have electric lighting
Target demographics: Strengthen communities by delivering renewable energy and safe clean water along with related health, environment and agriculture projects.
Geographic areas served: Latin America and Asia with key projects in Nicaragua, Ecuador, Philippines, Malaysia and Myanmar.
Programs: * Training for organizations, communities, and government agencies on how to design, construct, operate, maintain, and finance small scale, renewable energy, and water and sanitation systems to provide access to electricity, clean drinking water and sanitation. * Capacity building with local partners to magnify their impact and strengthen their program implementation. * Creates networks of regional stakeholders around different technologies such as solar, wind power, hydro-electricity, and biogas. Through coordinated research, conferences and knowledge sharing, participants from universities, NGOs, businesses, governments, and professionals have improved their skills and ability to serve their communities. * Service-learning for professionals, students, community groups, and families, to engage in hands-on learning about renewable energy, clean water access, and sustainable development.