Discover how life after dark in the Peruvian village of El Alumbre was transformed after Practical Action harnessed the power of wind to produce electricity. Now, every home plus the local school receives light.
We ask Mrs Laura how the introduction of electricity into her village has totally changed her family's life.
When we heard that a school in Sri Lanka was unable to pay the electricity bill for its new computer centre, we sought an alternative power source to keep the children and the community online.
Find out how a pico hydro energy scheme has turned the school into a sustainable energy pioneer and halved its electricity bill in the process.
Preventing fruit and vegetables from perishing in the Sudan sunshine used to be a daily struggle for Hawa Abbas. With the guidance of Practical Action, she now makes pottery refrigerators called zeer pots.
You can give the gift of a zeer pot through our range of Practical Presents and help others like Hawa store their precious food supplies.
Our latest climate change diary from Zimbabwe shows just how important the Climate talks in Copenhagen will be for people in developing countries.
In London on 5th December, we'll be joining tens of thousands of people in "The Wave" calling for world leaders to agree a deal that can stop climate injustice. Find out about our plans and how you can join us.
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