<p>Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (ELCT)-Southern Diocesan (SD) under the leadership of the Bishop Dr.-Rev George Fihavango owns Emmaberg Girls High School located in the outskirts of the town of Makambako in Njombe Region, Tanzania. The school enables needy girls to access secondary school to the advanced level.</p> <p>This article presents the integrated solar project developed to intervene in challenges of unreliable water supply, unavailability of hot water for showers and unavailability of lights in the dormitories when the national grid electricity failed. The project was realized in the ...</p>
<p>Tanzania Renewable Energy Association (TAREA) has been advocating for Tanzania to join international renewable energy organizations. Tanzania is already a member of the International Solar Energy Alliance (ISEA) with a head office in New Delhi, India. </p> <p>On 19.10.2023, TAREA representing mainland Tanzania's renewable energy private sector, participated in the stakeholders’ engagement meeting with the Tanzania Parliamentary Committee for Energy and Mines to present arguments as to why Tanzania has to join the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). The agenda was presented to the Committee...</p>
<p>Tumaini Lutheran Seminary (TLS) in Malinyi, Morogoro Region, which is owned by the Evangelical Lutheran Church-Tanzania, Ulanga Kilombero Diocese, offers secondary school education and Bible knowledge training. Secondary School has a high level of Form IV. It has already educated youth who are now serving the nations, to mention a few sectors: religion, engineering, medicine and financing. The Bible School trains Evangelists that are sent out to serve parishes. TLS is connected to the national grid.</p> <p>On the 12th of August 2023, Rotary Club-Airport Munich commissioned two solar p...</p>
Moravian Church in Tanzania (Mbozi Province, South Province and South-West Province) will be offering artisanal solar photovoltaic training from January 2024. The provinces are cooperating with the German partner Herrnhuter Missionshilfe e.V through financial support from URBIS Foundation to establish the course at their vocational schools. The training will be offered at the Moravian Vocational Schools of Ileje, Kakozi, Kyela, Namtumbo, Rungwe, Songea and Mbeya.
TAREA is supporting the initiative. In July 2023, TAREA trained 12 electrical teachers from the Moravian Vocational Training Centres in the Southern Highland-Tanzania. TAREA will continue offering technical support for the next 2 years.
<p>TAREA has been advocating for the Ministry of Energy to develop and implement actions on energy efficiency. United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is implementing the energy efficiency project for the Ministry of Energy under the financial support of the European Union. The overall objective of the Project is to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all in Tanzania.</p> <p>The actions of the project are as follows.</p> <ol> <li>Review and update the Energy Efficiency Action Plan and Energy Efficiency Strategy</li> <li>Development of Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) and La...</li></ol>