Problems We Address
Africa’s population is on the rise, and as the population grows, so does the quantity of waste produced and the quantity of energy required. Cities and communities across Africa have failed to realize how to adapt to better waste management practices as a means of generating enough clean energy for the people.
Today in Africa, 65% of its population still uses traditional fuels to cook and light this is over 600million people using kerosene, charcoal, and wood for cooking. Imagine the impact this has on the health of the people and that of the planet. It is simply devastating.
On the other hand, waste management in communities and major cities across Africa is a menace. Responsible bodies have totally lost control of the issue leading to open dumps on each corner of the street, that’s not all, this open dumps produces disease-causing pathogens that affect children and other members of the communities.
There is a need to control how we recycle the waste to make it economically beneficial and contribute towards environmental sustainability
Partners And Recognition
"We are all connected, Earth is what we have in common"
KAWILAB ENERGY SYSTEM
An impact-driven social enterprise working on creating efficiency in the waste management sector as a means of increasing access to clean energy and creating social, economic and environmental sustainability.