The Solar for Internally Displaced Persons Camp (Solar for IDPs Camp) initiative of GIFSEP; (Global Initiative for Food Security and Ecosystem) is aimed at powering all IDP Camps in Nigeria with Solar. Since its inception in 2018, we have been able to light up 1000 households in Internally Displaced Persons camps in the North Eastern
Trees for Homes Initiative involves the planting of fruit and indigenous trees in the home depending on the available space. The presence of food and indigenous trees in one’s home has lots of benefit to both the homeowner and the environment at large. Here are a few of the benefits one can expect from having
Alarmed by a potential rise in food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic, which could push millions of people into acute hunger, we must therefore collectively act now not just with our brains but with our hands to mitigate the impact of food shortages and hunger. It is against this backdrop that GIFSEP is introducing Home
Solar for Internally Displaced Persons Camp (Solar for IDP Camp) is an initiative of GIFSEP; (Global Initiative for Food Security and Ecosystem) aimed at powering all IDP Camps in Nigeria with Solar. The insurgency and communal crises have displaced about 2 Million people who are taking shelter in Internally Displaced Persons Camp in different parts of the country and nearly all the camps are without electricity. Our goal is to provide clean energy access to all internally displaced persons across Nigeria by lighting up the IDP camps with Solar. We also train selected IDP’s with skills on installation and maintenance of simple solar systems.