Home biogas plant

bio-gas
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Marginalized families have no access to clean energy

The World Bank estimates that over 75% percent of Kenyans have no access to electricity. The price of fuels like kerosene and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) put these energy resources out of reach for many in the drylands, rural, and slum areas.

Moreover, the home biogas project prevents forest depletion and climate change, promotes clean energy and prevents eye and lung complications caused by smoke from firewood. 

We empower people with skills and knowledge they need to generate and use biogas, and maintain biogas plants.

Install biodigester

Home biogas systems, however, enable families to biomethane from food scraps and animal waste. Biomethane can be used for electricity in individual homes. Excess can be sold for profit. In addition, a liquid fertilizer byproduct provides excellent nutrients for crops. Materials for home biogas plants are within reach for impoverished dryland, rural, and slum families. 

Civicom Aid’s home biogas project brings an essential resource within reach to poor populations in rural areas and drylands. Having a personal source of electricity in close proximity frees families from searching for fuel like wood and charcoal and scrub brushes used for traditional fires. Girls, who often bear the burden of collecting fuel, can pursue education instead

We empower people with skills and knowledge they need to generate and use biogas, and maintain biogas plants.

We need funds and volunteers to finance, build, and install these home biogas systems, and we need volunteers to train recipients on how to use and maintain them.

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Home biogas plant
Tree planting

Tree planting

In exchange for this aid, each biogas plant recipient is required to plant at least 100 trees

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