To conduct feasibility study for the community-based micro hydro system at Long Semadoh Naseb in the Lun Bawang Highlands area of Lawas District, Sarawak.
This planning grant is for the purpose of conducting a feasibility study on the potential of developing a community-based micro hydro system in the Long Semadoh Naseb village. The output of the planning grant is a full project proposal that aims to address rural electrification through renewable energy, watershed management, natural resources conservation while enhancing food production through appropriate irrigation methods as well as the socio-economic activities for the village.

Project Snapshot

Grantee: SCANE Network (Sarawak Conservation Alliance for Natural Environment)
Country: Malaysia
Area Of Work: Climate Change Mitigation
Operational Phase: Phase 4
Grant Amount: US$ 2,000.00
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Co-Financing in-Kind:
Project Number: MAL/SGP/OP4/Y3/RAF/2010/12
Start Date: 12/2010
End Date: 3/2011
Status: Satisfactorily Completed