Completed: 2017-2019

EU-GIZ ACSE Programme

The EU-GIZ ACSE programme helps the people of fifteen Pacific island countries address two common challenges: adapting to climate change and reducing their dependence on fossil fuels. The project is supporting the Government of PNG to improve the development and resilience of rural communities through  Establishing improved water supply and treatment infrastructure – including protected water sources, solar powered pumps, reservoir and rainwater harvesting systems,  Providing health care centres in Imuagoro and Kalo with a sustainable energy source, medical coolers and water supply, impacting approximately 4500 users of these health centres,  Providing stand-alone solar powered street-lighting that will help increase the safety around the water sources, and  Increasing the capacity and awareness of stakeholders regarding sustainable energy and water supply infrastructure.

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