Pamiga secures financing (micro loans) of households/small holders’ access to clean drinking water as well as watering systems of agriculture. The project seeks to demonstrate the viability, sustainability and replicability of a rural energy and water solutions value chain model. This activity aims to facilitate access to solar energy and water and also wants to create new financial products at the microfinance institution level.
The programme runs in East, Central and West Africa. The project started in 2005. PAMIGA raises short and long term capital from individual investors, professional investors, pension funds, and development aid organizations. Learn more here.
Partners: Benine, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Senegal, Togo, Tanzania.