Electrifying Communities: Out of Darkness into Opportunity–PamirEnergy — AKF Video

Pamir Energy’s cross-border projects in Badakhshan, Afghanistan serve as a powerful example of community and economic empowerment. This access to electricity is the foundation to greater stability, social equity, and peaceful development. Reliable energy has had profound impact on health, education, and over all quality of life. Source: AgaKhanFoundationUSA ->>>>><<<<<-

Karachi Pakistan: KESC, Siemens & Aga Khan Foundation start construction of grid station — Pakistan Observer Net

Tuesday, September 24, 2013 – Karachi—The Karachi Electric Supply Company in cooperation with Siemens Pakistan and Aga Khan Medical College Foundation has commenced the site construction work of a new 132-KV shared Grid Station and Underground Transmission Line to provide reliable and stable supply of electricity to Aga Khan University and Hospital. (…) The project…

Bujagali performing beyond expectation – management — New Vision Uganda

An Aerial view of the multibillion 250Mw Bujagali hydro power dam. On ongoing maintenance works at the power plant are scheduled and done with the backing of UETCL,newvision By Billy Rwothungeyo and Samuel Sanya Authorities at the Bujagali Energy Project (BEL) have said the power plant is performing beyond expectation. There have been fears among…

Electricity, Road construction works as well as completion of new School Building in Kabul – Read all progress reports at Good Afghan News com

Electricity To Come To Thousands In Eastern Afghanistan According to a Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) report published yesterday, thousands of families living in the eastern provinces of Nangarhar and Laghman will have electricity by this coming March. Read more Reports: Work on Samangan road launched; Retaining wall built in Baghlan Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) reported…

Tajik and Afghan officials Inaugurate Vanj Bridge Built by AKDN as Part of Cross-border Initiatives – Relief Web News report

Khumrogi, Vanj District, Tajikistan, 16 August 2011 – The Vanj Bridge, the fourth in a series of bridges funded by the Aga Khan Development Network, was inaugurated today by Tajikistan’s President H.E. Emomali Rahmon. The bridge connects Tajikistan’s Vanj District with Mohi-May Vulusvoli in Afghanistan and is expected to enhance cross-border humanitarian assistance delivery, infrastructure…

Warm blessings for Chitralis – By Shahbaz Rana at The Express Tribune

CHITRAL: Drudgery to make both ends meet reduced one chilly morning for Khanza Begum, 31, mother of four, as she found hot water to wash clothes at zero degrees centigrade and electricity in the evening for knitting and sewing. “Snip” The project is funded by the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, but is being maintained by the…

Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund PPAF sets up wind turbines, solar panels for power generation – Business Recorder News

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF), in partnership with Aga Khan Planing and Building Services- Pakistan (AKPBS-P), has set up wind turbines and solar panels to provide environmentally friendly electricity to approximately 6,500 people in 29 villages of district Thatta in Sindh province. According to PPAF sources, the AKPBS-P, with the support from PPAF,…

Muslim Inventor Provides Off-the-Grid Electricity – On Islam Net news

By Marianne De Nazareth Freelance Journalist – India Wednesday, 19 January 2011 00:00 What Hajee has invented is off-the-grid energy Sustainable energy is the need of the hour especially with fossil fuels being spoken about in negative tones today, with the fear of rising Green House Gas (GHG) emissions. So, to meet the UNEP Sasakawa…

Complete information on World Nuclear Power Today

Source: World Nuclear Org ***** Nuclear generation began more than 50 years ago and now generates as much global electricity as was produced then by all sources. Some two-thirds of world population lives in nations where nuclear power plants are an integral part of electricity production and industrial infrastructures. Half the world’s people live in…