The Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) appointed Impact Amplifier to create custom methodologies for evaluating the social and environmental impact of social enterprises focused on improving access to energy in low-income communities. Project context >
Impact Amplifier helped eight climate mitigation organisations across Francophone Africa assess and understand their impact. The focus was on developing an impact framework, designing research methodologies, gathering relevant data, and defining what impact has realised from their energy solutions.
Collectively, the social enterprises achieved:
- The distribution of 8 000 solar home systems and phone kits to rural communities in Senegal and Togo.
- The implementation of 1 000 solar-powered nano grids in Madagascar, serving 4 000 households.
- The establishment of climate-controlled storage solutions for smallholder onion farmers in Senegal.
- The establishment of solar mini grids in Burkina Faso serving 180 households, 108 small businesses, and 12 hospitals and schools.
- The provision of solar drying fruit systems for women owned businesses.
- The installment of 1 071 nano grids, benefitting 4 428 households and 264 micro-entrepreneurs in multiple west African countries.
- The provision of solar water pumps to smallholder farmers in Madagascar.
Learn more about our impact measurement work here >
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