The ACCESS network is pleased to announce four new members to our network:
- Abibman Foundation
- Institute for Sustainable Energy and Environmental Solutions (ISEES)
- Centre d’Etudes Régional pour l’Amélioration de l’Adaptation à la Sécheresse (CERAAS)
- Climate Action Network (CAN) – Tanzania
Abibiman foundation works in coastal areas with direct link with women involved in fish smoking. Together with SNV an improved fish smoker called Ahotor Smoker has been designed to reduce smoke emissions and also reduce levels of pollution from smoke in the fish.
They focus on sustainable energy access, education, forestry, agriculture, environment and climate change – promoting the needed awareness and help address the challenges while utilizing them as positive change agents in the promotion of sustainable through facilitated collaboration among various partners based on knowledge/
Institute for Sustainable Energy and Environmental Solutions (ISEES)
Institute for Sustainable Energy and Environmental Solutions (ISEES) a dynamic institution that is promoting renewable energy solutions at the grassroots, influencing policies, coordinating CSOs in Bioenergy, developing projects as well as building capacity of local artisans in biogas, clean cooking and environmental solutions, to improve the livelihoods of rural and peri-urban households and small enterprises in Ghana and Africa. ISEES besides training, research and policy advocacy, also develop inclusive business models for increasing access to energy solutions for households and institutions.
Centre d’Etudes Régional pour l’Amélioration de l’Adaptation à la Sécheresse (CERAAS)
CERAAS is a Regional Research Center in the field of agriculture whose themes are focused on adapting plants to drought. It works on food crops and crops for energy .
Climate Action Network (CAN) – Tanzania
CAN Tanzania has a wide experience in climate change related adaptation and mitigation at national and local level. With its versatile and dedicated team of expertise, CAN manage several projects ranging from capacity building to advocacy projects. The issue of energy is one of the central focus of the organization. As one of its project, the organization is working on a 100% Renewable Energy (RE) project which is aiming at identifying the potential for renewable energy through a multi-stakeholder engagement. It is currently envisaging to launch the RE scenario for Tanzania out of 100%RE project which will lie the foundation towards the need and capacity of the country to realise its low carbon initiative.