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Oct 17

Tiloo team at Kornhausmesse

The Swiss Tiloo team spend one weekend at Kornhausmesse in Burgdorf in order to inform about the project and raise funds for the environmental education program.

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Sep 17

New indirect solar dryer @ Tiloo Project Centre

Bringing a new product into the world is an exciting time. After spending hours, days maybe even weeks setting up this new indirect solar dryer that everyone loved, you deserve to beam with pride and maybe feel a little anxious to get the word out.

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Jul 17

Opening of the Tiloo Shop

We are very proud to announce the opening of the Tiloo Shop on the project site in Latriya. The population of Latriya and the surroundings has now the possibility to buy solar produced products like babyfood, dried fruits and roasted peanuts.

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Jul 17

Sustainable Energy for All

In 2015, the UN Member States adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 goals. Goal 7 focuses on ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all (SE4All). To achieve goal 7, a workshop was held last week in the Gambia which Tiloo also attended.

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Jul 17

Manufacturing beauty and hygiene products

Currently, our employee Lisa Sidibeh is getting trained: A Gambian expert in manufacturing beauty and hygiene products is training her to produce different products. This is something from which the Gambian population will strongly benefit.

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Jun 17

Set-up of the carpentry workshop

The carpenter volunteer Salvatore arrived last Monday in Latriya: Welcome to the Tiloo Gambia team! His current task is to set-up Tiloo’s own carpentry workshop. Moreover, he is going to make the construction plans of the solar cookers and dryers for Tiloo carpenters.

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Jun 17

Counteracting Deforestation!

90 percent of the population in the Gambia use, in the absence of alternatives, firewood and charcoal as the main energy source. The deforestation has far-reaching consequences: Increase of the prices for firewood, soil erosion, threat to biodiversity and increase of the climate change.

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