The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is the world’s premier international development agency and a catalytic actor driving development results. USAID’s work advances U.S. national security and economic prosperity, demonstrates American generosity, and promotes a path to recipient self-reliance and resilience.
USAID Announces the Winners of the second Global LEAP Awards Solar E-Waste Challenge
The second Global LEAP Awards Solar E-Waste Challenge selected four winning companies to implement innovative projects in off-grid battery technologies in five countries across sub-Saharan Africa.
The Second Global LEAP Awards Solar E-Waste Challenge Nomination Summary
The Global LEAP Awards receive 59 applications to implement projects in 49 African countries for the second round of the Solar E-Waste Challenge.
Competition Launched for Second Round of the Solar E-Waste Challenge
Global LEAP Awards Solar E-Waste Challenge Offers up to $1.2 million in Grant Funding
Sustainable Solar E-Waste and Battery Technology Management: A Qualitative Study of Off-Grid Solar Markets Across Uganda and Senegal
Given the growing demand and subsequent sales expansion across sub-Saharan Africa for affordable, modern solar household systems, the time to ensure a positive industry legacy is now.
Global LEAP Awards Solar E-Waste Market Scoping Report
This report summarizes the state of off-grid solar e-waste management efforts in sub-Saharan Africa, identifying key barriers and opportunities for innovations that mitigate the risks e-waste poses to human health and the environment.
Measuring Impacts and Enabling Investments in Energy-Smart Agrifood Chains
This study aims to measure impacts and enable investments in energy-smart agrifood chains by identifying the main barriers impeding the full deployment of clean energy technologies in four case study countries and recommending possible solutions to overcome them.