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Lighting Vulnurable Community by Solar Power: (Nov 10, 2010)


In the donation and support of International Company and National organization the vulnerable and low caste community has been lighted by solar power. The 22 household of Hile Village has got free source of light because the National grid line has not been access.

Improve Cooking Stove research study in UNSW: (Nov 2, 2010)

Suprabhat Basnet a founder member of RECED has got an opportunity to work with a group of engineer student in University of New South Wales (UNSW), to improve the existing improve cooking stove which is currently using in Nepal. A year long study has been conducted by 15 engineer students. An extensive report can be viewed here: view all news

Background

Renewable Energy for Clean Environment and Development (RECED) is a non governmental, non profit, non political, social organization registered in the Chief District Office (CDO) of the Nepalese Government with the registration number 614/ 2063/2064 and affiliated with Social Welfare Council (SWC) .

The organisation has been established by an experienced social workers group with the objective of addressing rising global pollution and simultaneously improving the livelihood of rural communities by combining income generation programs and small-scale volunteer projects with the deployment of renewable energy technologies.

RECED provides long and short term volunteering opportunities which directly assist Nepalese communities to become economically and environmentally more sustainable

Objectives:

  • To mitigate the CO2e and improve the quality of life in rural community by combining renewable energy technologies (RETs).

  • To provide volunteering opportunities in a rural community whilst experiencing the natural and cultural beauty of Nepal.

  • To provide support and opportunities for able and motivated students to conduct field and official based research focused on the use of renewable energy technologies to uplift the livelihood and benefit the environment.

  • To design and implement development programs amongst rural communities by mobilizing local resources in order to improve the economic conditions of the people.

  • To disseminate the information about the environment, health, and other awareness programs through documentary, posters, pamphlets and drama.