Solar lighting in Qarah , Nujjd plain, Socotra Governorate
Qa’rah villages are a group of neighboring villages in the extreme western end of the Nujid plain in of Socotra. The villages are located on the narrow coastal strip between the hill slopes to the north and the Sea to the south. The community is a mixed of shepherds that managing livestock in hill slopes and fishermen permanently live in the cost. This project will help improving local community livelihood through provision of solar system for lighting. The total beneficiaries of 1310 inhabitants (662 males and 658 females in 151 families. The project will have a direct impact on community livelihood and secure an annual saving of US$ 62 per family and CO2 32.29 tons per year.Environmental awareness with target local community when 60 men and 60 women participate in a one day workshop addressing climate changes.
Area Of Work:
Climate Change Mitigation
OP6 - Y6 (Jul 20-Jun 21)
Currently under execution
Tonnes of CO2 decreased or avoided by energy efficient and renewable energy technologies or applying environmentally sustainable transport practices introduced by SGP Project 32