The Mobiya solar lamp free distribution project aims to boost the economic activities of actors in the informal sector, in particular women. This project will give hope to beneficiary communities who will no longer need to shut down their activities after dark.

This project will allow us to educate more than 10,000 people on the use of solar energy for sustainable development.

The beneficiaries of the lamps are mainly the actors of the informal sector, mostly women, seamstresses, hairdressers, braisers, restaurateurs, call-boxers, teachers, nurses and other traders.

Social infrastructures and communities will also benefit, in particular maternity hospitals, orphanages, town halls and traditional chiefdoms.

The lamps will be distributed in 46 villages in the East, Adamawa, Far North, West, South, South West, Center and Coast regions.

CECOSDA Cameroon would like to thank the Ecological Transition Agency (ADEME) of the government of the French Republic and the Schneider Electric Foundation for this initiative which gives hope to many women active in the villages of Cameroon. The vision is that of a sustainable world where communities, especially women, improve their living conditions while thinking of future generations.