“ProgettoMondo Mlal : – Déployer de nouvelles opportunités de développement socio-économique par l’accès aux énergies durables dans le Plateau Central » takes place in the town of Hinche, in Haiti. Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere with more than 80 % of Haitians living in extreme poverty in rural areas. Haiti’s energy structure is problematic due to forest destruction and environmental degradation, limiting the population’s access to affordable modern energy sources.
The project aims to increase access to energy through satisfying basic human needs of the poorest population (Energy for Life), and by launching the economic development process from activities related to agriculture (Energy for Development). The entire population of Hinche (75,000 people) will benefit from the dissemination of technical solutions and services developed by the project.
The project has established 3 nurseries with production of seedlings. 9942 trees were planted and 24,036 seedlings have been distributed to 1,054 beneficiaries. The construction of a modular wood stove prototype has begun to suit the needs of beneficiaries. 10 community centers have been built and electrified, 2 health centers/clinics are now electrified and equipped with refrigerators, 5 schools have been identified for their electrification, 3 kiosks were completed for water purification, a farmer training center has been electrified with 40 solar panels, and technical and administrative training sessions have been carried out.
Watch the video from the project here.
For more information on the project, please visit the ACP-EU Energy Facility Database.