Wednesday, 4 December 2013

New Blog from University of Strathclyde

Over the last two weeks 3 members of staff from the University of Strathclyde (the University of Strathclyde are the MREAP project coordinators) travelled to Malawi to catch up with the MREAP partners on project progress and outline what the on going strategy will be for MREAP.

(l-r) Peter, Damien and Magnus from University of Strathclyde

During their trip, Damien, Peter and Magnus put together a fantastic blog which outlines some of the work going on in the CEDP as well as projects being carried out by other strands of the MREAP programme. (For a refresher on MREAP and how the CEDP sits within MREAP you can visit this website.).

You can access the University of Strathclyde Energy for Development Blog here.

Building a biogas digester in Mchinji District. This project is being developed by Mzuni University in Mzuzu, one of the MREAP Strategic Partners. 

1 comment:

  1. Hi Sarah, I am organising an open day on household energy (mostly cookstoves in March). Would love to get in contact with you. Please email cleanercookingcamp2014@clioma.org if interested. Thanks.