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Rural Areas in Latin America Slide into Poverty

Rural areas of Latin America and the Caribbean are sliding into poverty after years of economic growth.

For the first time in many years, the regions are experiencing a historical reversal. The United Nations reported that this reversal affects nearly 59 million people. Roughly 41% of people living in extreme poverty within the region live in […]

By |December 22nd, 2018|Developing Nations|0 Comments

Liberian LIYICC Founder Thoughts on Aldelano Solar Solutions

I am K.C and I worked in Liberia as a researcher. I am also the founder of a local youth organization called Liberian youth Initiative on Climate Change(LIYICC). For years, I have traveled throughout my country to almost a thousand remote villages and town conducting research about health strengthening, agriculture, and education. I have witnessed the suffering and […]

By |December 18th, 2018|Developing Nations, Testimonials|0 Comments

Aldelano Solar Solutions Visits Senegal Fish Markets

In Senegal, a fishermen’s return on investment suffers due to the inability to keep the catch in cold storage. A day’s catch must be sold quickly or thrown away.

Aldelano Solar Solutions had the pleasure of visiting a fish market in Senegal in November 2018 to explore possible solar cold-storage solutions that will spur economic growth […]

By |December 12th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Lake Chad Trees Keep Deadly Drought at Bay

Lake Chad in Africa originally reached from Chad to Nigeria, Cameroon, and Niger. Climate change and unsustainable water management have resulted in Lake Chad losing 90 percent of its surface area! The lake is a water source for millions of people in West Africa.

The visible signs of climate change and excessive drought include cattle carcasses […]

By |November 29th, 2018|Clean Water, Developing Nations, Solar Power|0 Comments

Climate Resilience & Peace for Africa’s Sahel

Ibrahim Thiaw, UN Special Advisor on the Sahel, says that the region is one of the most vulnerable regions to climate change.

 

The Sahel consists of 10 different countries and 300 million people. The territory is characterized by rampant insecurity and rising levels of human need. In 2018, nearly 4.9 million people have been displaced and […]

By |November 13th, 2018|Developing Nations|0 Comments

Can solar solutions assist victims of California wildfires?

The inferno that engulfed the foothills of Sierra Nevada has become one of the deadliest wildfires in California’s modern history. The fires spread from one of the wealthiest zip-codes in California to a low-income retirement community. Strong winds, no rain and low humidity have created key conditions for wildfires.

Camp Fire

117,000 acres burned
42 […]

By |November 13th, 2018|Disaster Relief|0 Comments

Feeding Families in Syria

Erratic weather has damaged crop production in Syria.

Roughly a million Syrians are returning to their homes as security has improved. However, many are still reliant on aid as their homes are destroyed and their livelihoods are lost. Wheat crop is the lowest it has been in nearly three decades, resulting in the cost of wheat […]

By |October 31st, 2018|Developing Nations|0 Comments

Indonesia Earthquake Survivors Receive UN Tents

Roughly 2,000 people were killed in the 7.5 magnitude Indonesian earthquake in September 2018. The earthquake triggered a tsunami, landslides and widespread destruction.

200,000 people were displaced as a result of the natural disaster. Survivors used plastic sheeting to create makeshift shelters, but these protections could not withstand the rainfall. Survivors need shelter, clean water and […]

By |October 30th, 2018|Developing Nations, Disaster Relief|0 Comments

Half of Yemen’s Population Are At Risk of Famine

On September 5th, 2018, we shared news for the United Nations about the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.

Today, the risk of famine is even higher. Nearly 14 million people in Yemen, half of the total population, are facing pre-feminine conditions. At the end of 2017, 130 children per day were dying of extreme hunger and disease. […]

By |October 29th, 2018|Developing Nations, Disaster Relief|0 Comments

UN Calls for Greater Investment in Africa’s Young People

United Nations Secretary, General Antonio Guterres said that the gender gaps in the labor force cost Africa $105 billion in 2014 alone.

To keep pace with the growing population, Africa will need to create 18 million new jobs each year between now and 2035.
We want to make sure that all young people, in and beyond Africa, […]

By |September 27th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments