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'''Disabled Technicians of Uganda''' had produced over 100 solar cookers as of April 2005. They seek the donation of a computer, software, printer and modem to help them expand their work. The group has been implementing solar cooking and solar food drying projects for disabled and disadvantaged people for many years in Uganda. DTU’s most recent initiative targets displaced families, living in camps, who use bio-fuels as their primary source of energy. DTU is interested in program planning and project development collaborations with [[SCI]].
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'''Disabled Technicians of Uganda''' had produced over 100 solar cookers as of April 2005. They seek the donation of a computer, software, printer and modem to help them expand their work. The group has been implementing solar cooking and solar food drying projects for disabled and disadvantaged people for many years in Uganda. DTU’s most recent initiative targets displaced families, living in camps, who use bio-fuels as their primary source of energy. DTU is interested in program planning and project development collaborations with [[Solar Cookers International]]. {{Clr}}
 
==News and recent developments==
 
==News and recent developments==
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*{{NewMar16}}'''March 2016:''' The Disabled Technicians of Uganda sent the photos below:
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*'''October 2008:''' '''Solar Energy initiative for the disadvantaged in Eastern Uganda:''' The project will target homesteads in different communities where people use bio-fuel as their sources of Energy. It will also target people living in displaced camps. These will include mainly families managed by the disadvantaged rural Women, since there are the almost highly affected by the problem. See [[Media:Disabled Technicians of Uganda - Project Proposal - October 2008.pdf|project proposal]].
 
*'''October 2008:''' '''Solar Energy initiative for the disadvantaged in Eastern Uganda:''' The project will target homesteads in different communities where people use bio-fuel as their sources of Energy. It will also target people living in displaced camps. These will include mainly families managed by the disadvantaged rural Women, since there are the almost highly affected by the problem. See [[Media:Disabled Technicians of Uganda - Project Proposal - October 2008.pdf|project proposal]].
   
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Latest revision as of 22:49, March 22, 2016

Last updated: March 22, 2016      
Disabled Technicians of Uganda 2008

Disabled Technicians of Uganda had produced over 100 solar cookers as of April 2005. They seek the donation of a computer, software, printer and modem to help them expand their work. The group has been implementing solar cooking and solar food drying projects for disabled and disadvantaged people for many years in Uganda. DTU’s most recent initiative targets displaced families, living in camps, who use bio-fuels as their primary source of energy. DTU is interested in program planning and project development collaborations with Solar Cookers International.

News and recent developmentsEdit

  • NEW: March 2016: The Disabled Technicians of Uganda sent the photos below:
Disabled Uganda 2016jpg
  • October 2008: Solar Energy initiative for the disadvantaged in Eastern Uganda: The project will target homesteads in different communities where people use bio-fuel as their sources of Energy. It will also target people living in displaced camps. These will include mainly families managed by the disadvantaged rural Women, since there are the almost highly affected by the problem. See project proposal.

See alsoEdit

ContactEdit

Edward Sembajjwe
Disabled Technicians of Uganda, Ltd.
P.O. Box 30895
Kampala Central 256
Uganda

Tel: +256-712718005

Email: sembajjweed@yahoo.com

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