• To give families and small businesses a variety of options for solar energy. The aim is to provide enough power to charge small at-home devices such as phone chargers, fans, lamps, sewing machines, and boost the overall capability and safety of Liberian families.

Published
$160.00 of $5,000.00 goal
 

Tax-deductible in USA

Drag to Reposition Cover Photo

About The Project

$5000 target
$100 currently invested


This is an opportunity for investors to provide 80% of Liberian families with access to a portfolio of researched clean energy options, these products being safer alternatives to the toxic gas generators currently being used. With access to energy and lighting, entrepreneurs across the country will be able to work into the darker hours of the night and fuel their business development not to mention the added benefit of security and general family comfort. 
The price range for the current product display ranges from 4,000 to 18,000 LIB (20 - 90USD).


View More Project Info

  • What's New
  • Development Goals
  • Project Location
  • Project Funders
  • Key People Involved
  • More Photo/Video
  • Get Link to Project

Admin Actions

Funding Report

Sustainable Development Goals

Category

Backstory

In Liberia currently, only 34% of the country has reliable access to energy. Of that group, the majority resides in the countries capital, Monrovia, and is dependent almost exclusively on a hydroelectric plant built in the 1960s. In some rural cases, the families rely on loud gas generators despite the safety risk. The result is that a huge majority of the country lacks access to energy and therefore light. Those families who have been able to find a dependable solution have significantly increased their productivity and quality of living - our goal for the whole country. One of the biggest challenges thus far has been finding feasible pricing for products, as well as supply chain backlash due to the COVID pandemic.

Enter Updates And Make Comments Here

  • Alexis Shenfil Smart
    Alexis Shenfil Smart has donated the project Solar Power for Liberia
    Sep 22

    Hi Everyone, Join me on donating to this project!

    Dontated $10.00
    to this project - Solar Power for Liberia

    1 like(s)

  • George Sahr Yambasue
    George Sahr Yambasue is following the project Solar Power for Liberia
    Sep 2
    Following project: Solar Power for Liberia.
  • Mauricio Miller
    Mauricio Miller is following the project Solar Power for Liberia
    Aug 6
    Following project: Solar Power for Liberia.
  • Robert Spoer
    Robert Spoer has donated the project Solar Power for Liberia
    Aug 4

    Hi Everyone, Join me on donating to this project! Bob

    Dontated $25.00
    to this project - Solar Power for Liberia

    1 like(s)

  • Loïc Blaise
    Loïc Blaise is following the project Solar Power for Liberia
    Jun 15
    Following project: Solar Power for Liberia.
  • Mei Lin Fung
    Mei Lin Fung has posted in the project Solar Power for Liberia
    Apr 28
    I am excited to contribute to the Buchanan Solar Project as the first donor YAY

    2 like(s)

  • Jailany Thiaw
    Jailany Thiaw is following the project Solar Power for Liberia
    Apr 28
    Following project: Solar Power for Liberia.
  • Abraham Cruz-Pena
    Abraham Cruz-Pena is following the project Solar Power for Liberia
    Apr 28
    Following project: Solar Power for Liberia.

    1 like(s)

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

1

SDG GOALS

Map

    Locations on ImpactX

Location Information

  • Location : Liberia
  • Formatted Address : Liberia
  • Country : Liberia

Information

Basic Information

  • Created By : Jailany Thiaw
  • Published On : Apr 28, 2020, 1:11 PM
  • Funding Ends : Apr 26, 2021, 5:00 PM
  • Category : Others
  • Backer :
  • Address : -
  • Phone : -
  • Email : -
  • Description : In Liberia currently, only 34% of the country has reliable access to energy. Of that group, the majority resides in the countries capital, Monrovia, and is dependent almost exclusively on a hydroelectric plant built in the 1960s. In some rural cases, the families rely on loud gas generators...  more

Funders

People

Photos