July 6, 2018

National Biogas Programme of Burkina Faso announces the West Africa Biogas Conference

The Second International Conference on Bio-digesters Technology Burkina Faso, in collaboration with the Africa Biogas Partnership Program (ABPP), organized the first edition of the International Conference on Technology of the Bio-digester of Ouagadougou (CITBIO) from 10 – 12 October 2017 in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. The conference drew representation from 10 countries in West and Central […]

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happy lady using biogas to cook May 17, 2018

Africa Biogas & Clean Cooking Conference

Conference highlights Africa’s green revolution through modern clean energy The Africa Biogas Partnership Programme will hold the ‘Africa Biogas and Clean Cooking Conference’ from 5 to 7 April, 2016 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The conference seeks to bring together thought leaders, policy makers, businesses, experts and academia from the energy sector to discuss challenges and […]

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Waste-cakes May 15, 2018

Waste to cakes to cash

Aregesh Asfaw lives in Aleltu, a little town on the outskirts of the capital, Addis Ababa. The landscape around this town is quilted with brown, black and green parcels of land that produce, wheat, sorghum, beans and the country’s indigenous crop, teff. Pine forests outline the hills that nestle this part of the Tigray region […]

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coffee-beans September 25, 2017

Coffee Seedling Entrepreneur Maximizes Profits Using Bio-gas Technology in Uganda

COFFEE SEEDLING ENTREPRENEUR MAXIMIZES PROFITS USING BIO-GAS TECHNOLOGY: Best bio-slurry application practice-Uganda Domestic Bio-gas Programme  Coffee production activity in Uganda is a major income earner both at the national and household levels. Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA), the Government Agency responsible for the coffee sector, estimates that about 500,000 households depend on coffee production. Despite […]

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Biogas plant construction September 25, 2017

The Joy of a biogas client from Soroti

Biogas technology has done miracles on Mr. Epau Cuthbert’s farm. Located in Odudui village in Soroti district in Uganda, Cuthbert got a biogas plant in 2011 with support from the Uganda Domestic Biogas Program through World Vision. He appreciates both UDBP and World Vision for their support and shares the benefits from his biogas plant. […]

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A girl in Nakuru Kenya cooking with biogas September 25, 2017

Gender Mainstreaming

This Gender Mainstreaming (GM) Guide has been developed by ENERGIA, the International network on Gender and Sustainable Energy, as preparation for the Workshop on Gender Mainstreaming in ABPP, which was held in Nairobi on 18-19th May, 2010.The draft was discussed at the workshop, and additional inputs incorporated in this final version. The Gender Mainstreaming Guide […]

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