Our UNSDG Exhibit at COP26

Thank you for visiting us from COP26 where we have displayed some of the most poignant photos from our global initiatives to address the UN Sustainability Development Goals. We are thrilled to be featured among some of the largest figures in solutions-based initiatives to address the threats of Climate Change. 

COP26 cameroon solar mama initiative Enow Epe-Ako Mary, mushroom grower and Solar Mama, Cameroon

 

Collectively, COP26 participants pledge to foster greater efforts to mitigate the effects of Climate Change following the summit. Rural women, like those in the photos, benefit the most from our efforts. Women help us achieve Climate Justice while they uplift themselves through the tools and training they receive.

The photos featured showcase women who courageously strive to bring prosperity to their villages. They deliver rural resilience to communities through the introduction of Solar energy. The solar-powered light offers a clean, renewable and affordable solution. Our mission is to tackle 14 of 17 UNSDGs by 2030. The work of our brilliant women beneficiaries helps to make this mission a reality.

Watch this comprehensive video to discover Our Story:

 

Discover comprehensive stories of solar mamas from around the world for COP26… 

Solar Mama Marta, Guatemala

 

COP26 SDG solar mama barefoot cameroon Solar Mama Charlotte, Cameroon

 

COP26 SDG solar mama india Solar Mama Jannat, India

 

beekeeper COP26 SDG tanzania beekeeping initiative Beekeeper Uliza Sheha Haji, Zanzibar

 

About Barefoot College International

Barefoot College International is a non-profit organisation working in over 90 countries around the world. Through our programmes we address 14 UNSDGs, create sustainable economic uplift, and address the global skills gap by making vocational & educational opportunities accessible to women and girls from marginalized rural communities.

We bring about systems & policy change through innovative partnerships with Governments, the Private sector & Philanthropic investment. We have now established a series of training centres in 4 Indian states, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Zanzibar, Madagascar, Guatemala & Fiji.

In 2020 we were, for the 7th consecutive year, recognised within the Top 20 of the NGO Advisor’s 500 NGO ranking list & were recipients of both a WISE Award & an Energy Globe Award.

COP26 SDG barefoot college We address 14 of the 17 UNSDGs

 

Get in touch for partnerships – nicola.keane@barefootcollege.org

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