Importance of rural electrification in Villages in Sierra Leone.
Most of Sierra Leone village people have no access to modern forms of energy, such
as electricity, gas, and liquid fuels. Fuel wood accounts for about 75% of total energy supplies.
More than 80% of the population live in rural areas and depend on traditional fuels (fuel
wood and crop residues) for cooking, heating water and kerosene for lighting. This is
having an adverse impact on forests and watersheds. In addition, burning these fuels
To rebuild and build one village at a time, Our focus is centered with provding these villages with mud/cement housing--- the choice of mud and cement is because mud is a natural resource free in these villages, the combination is economical and durable. Housing in place our next focus is water, access to clean water is non-existing, building of water wells, will provide clean water, reduce diseases, illness, and provide water for the farms. Our agricultural project will provide villages with farming tools, ferterlizers, seeds.