A partnership agreement has been signed between Khmer Enterprise and EnergyLab. The partnership will support clean energy entrepreneurs in developing competitive products that are adapted to the energy needs of agri-fishery enterprises in the Tonle Sap region, such as solar-powered products for aquaculture production or for cold storage or drying.
This week, the EU Delegation to Ghana and Election Observation Mission (EOM) handed over office and medical material to seven Ghanaian Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s). It marked the end of this phase of the EOM mission, which was very successful. As agreed, a lot of office material, most of it still very new, was given to civil society.
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