Solar Empower Zambia

by DrKarenTreasure in 

Solar Empower Zambia
We did it
On 2nd December 2015 we successfully raised £1,540 with 29 supporters in 28 days

Solar Empower: Sustainably redistributing wealth by providing access to low-maintenance renewable energy technologies in Zambia

by DrKarenTreasure in

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Brian & Kay Lamb 29th November 2015

Congratulations on such an inspiring project having worked in Zambia for 17 years my wife and I realise the importance of your original contribution to a wonderful friendly people.

ukadventuregurl 5th November 2015

Good luck Karen! I hope you meet your target for such a necessary project. I've shared it on my social media sites. Now, fingers crossed that others will be inspired to pledge!

DrKarenTreasure 4th November 2015

Wow many thanks for your generosity and support! Your anonymity means that I cannot send you photos or details of the feast - if you would like these, please send me a private message on the facebook page. Otherwise you can also visit the facebook page to see the progress of the project. Many thanks again!

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

£10 Reward

One twelfth of a solar cooker, to be distributed to a family in Zambia. Thank you for contributing to reduce hardship in Zambia and for the environment around the globe

£15 or more

0 of 20 claimed

£15 Reward

One insulated bag, to extend the benefit of solar cookers by allowing people to cook when the sun is hottest, but eat in the cool of the evening. Thank you for contributing to reduce hardship in Zambia and for the environment around the globe

£20 or more

£20 Reward

One sixth of a solar cooker, to be distributed to a family in Zambia. Thank you for contributing to reduce hardship in Zambia and for the environment around the globe

£30 or more

5 of 6 claimed

£30 Reward

An invitation to a traditional Zambian feast, including 'Nshima' (the national dish, made of ground maize and eaten with your fingers) and a range of vegetable and/or meat and/or fish dishes. The feast will take place in Cornwall, at lunchtime on Saturday, 5th December 2015 And a range of produce from our Cornish small holding. You can choose from a selection including jams, chutneys, frozen redcurrants/blackcurrants/blackberries/apples. Two loaves of fresh bread or one focaccia.

£60 or more

£60 Reward

Half a solar cooker, to be distributed to a family in Zambia. A photo of the cooker with it's Zambian family. Thank you for contributing to reduce hardship in Zambia and for the environment around the globe

£120 or more

£120 Reward

A complete solar cooker, to be distributed to a family in Zambia. A photo of the cooker with it's Zambian family. An invitation to a traditional Zambian feast, including 'Nshima' (the national dish, made of ground maize and eaten with your fingers) and a range of vegetable and/or meat and/or fish dishes. The feast will take place in Cornwall, at lunchtime on Saturday 5th December 2015 Thank you for contributing to reduce hardship in Zambia and for the environment around the globe

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