The Watoto wa Africa Orphanage
The Watotowaafrica orphanage in Mwanza/Tanzania is a facility in great need because they have no or just irregular electricity and no drinking water. Their source for water is just collecting rain water in large tanks. In spring 2023 they had a typhoic epidemic with some dead children. Supporting the orphanage, VoltaViewAfrica will install a VoltaViewAfrica Powerhouse serving electricity and clean drinking water at the orphanage by the end of this year. This project will be supported by the Rotary Club Goslar.
School project in Kaolack/Senegal The Brusch&Ritscher Foundation enables the construction of a school center in Kaolack/Senegal, resulting from a school and town partnership between the Lower Saxony town of Osterode…
e-Mobility for Bird-Watching in The Gambia Birdwatching is one of the main tourism attractions in The Gambia. Over 600 different bird species are registered in the local mangrove forests. In…
Fishing is the main source of income for many families in sub-Saharan Africa along the west and east African coasts and the large lakes in the central parts of the continent, e.g. Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and Malawi Lake. The fishing boats are mainly operated with petrol outboard engines.
In The Gambia, the smallest African country, fishing is the main source of income for many families living across the river Gambia and the coastal line.
Tweyambe is a private secondary and high school in the Northwest of Tanzania close to Bukoba. In Spring 2023 the team of VoltaViewAfrica installed a VoltaViewAfrica Powerhouse
The team from Fraunhofer HHI and Clausthal University of Technology initiated their first project in collaboration with the Tanzanian company JUMEME Ltd. in 2019 at Lake Victoria on the island Kibumba.