The Project Objective is to expand access to electricity in targeted rural and peri urban communities in Somalia, including Somaliland. The project has three components:
Electrification of households and small businesses through standalone solar home systems [US$ 3 million]. The proposed component is based on a well-tested approach to catalyzing commercial markets for off-grid solar developed by the joint World Bank-IFC Lighting Africa program. A holistic, bespoke approach to addressing both demand and supply-side bottlenecks will be developed for the specific needs of the Somali off-grid market.
Patrick Thaddayos Balla, Mohab Awad Mokhtar Hallouda
Ministry of Finance, Federal Republic of Somalia
Abdirahman Duale Beileh
Ministry of Finance, Somaliland
Yusuf Mohad Erigay
Ministry of Energy and Water Resources
Abdiwahid Ibrahim Ahmed
Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Somaliland
Jama Mohamoud Egal
Minister, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
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