Lauch of Karambi Sec. School biogas unit

WWF-UCO in collaboration with funding from UNDP will on October 17th, 2012 launch the construction of Karambi Secondary School’s biogas system in Buhuna Village, Bwera region of Kasese district. This is one of the activities of the Strengthening Sustainable Environment and Natural Resource Management, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Uganda project.

At the lauch, a team from The Centre for Research in Energy and Energy Conservation (CREEC) will sensitize community leaders about biogas technology and its benefits to institutions and homes through an interactive discussion.

This discussions will be led by a CREEC biogas specialist and the award winning 2011 World Wide Fund Youth Environment Achiever, Vianney Tumwesigye. He will educate participants about the requirements for one to acquire a biogas system for household and institutional use.

Come and learn about biogas technology!

Date: October 17th 2012

Venue: Karambi Secondary School Main Hall

Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm.

2 thoughts on “Lauch of Karambi Sec. School biogas unit

  1. I glad to learn that there are organisations in Uganda which have embarked on developing Biogas in institutions in Uganda. I am interested knowing more about the Project. I request to be directed to the official in WWF who can enlighten me more about the project, thanks

    • Thank you Charles. You can visit WWF offices at Sturrock Road, Kololo (right opposite Lohana Academy) and request to speak to the project manager of the UNDP project.

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