Goal 7: Affordable and clean energy
Real people, real partnerships
'Students for Malawi' sees hundreds of Strathclyde University students working in partnership with Malawi. One of their projects has developed low cost, locally produced off-grid energy supply systems, powering female-led energy kiosks.
This has supported community economic development and helped empower vulnerable women.
Access to affordable, safe and clean sources of energy can be life-changing for the world's poorest.
Just one of the thousands of people-to-people partnerships between Scotland and Malawi, working across all 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
How to support Goal 7 - Affordable and clean energy
The UN is asking that every country and every community helps raise awareness of the new Global Goals, and we at The Scotland Malawi Partnership are keen to step up to this challenge, but we can't do it alone - we need your help!
- Download Goal 7 and take a picture of you/friends/work/pet with the sign.
- Ask your partner/friends in Malawi to take a picture with the same Goal sign.
- Tweet us @ScotlandMalawi with your picture using #Goal7 or email us your picture and we'll tweet for you!
- Write to your local MP to tell them about your Malawi link and ask for their support to help achieve Goal 7.
Members involved with Goal 7 - Affordable and clean energy
Here's a selection of Scotland-Malawi Partnership members who are actively working on projects related to this goal.
Wallace Primary School
Ian J Dickson
Global Concerns Trust
Dr Isabelle Uny
Community Energy Scotland