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Designing a Sustainable Development Project in a West African Socio-cultural Environment ; Burkina Faso Case Study

Chineme, Atinuke

Titre : Designing a Sustainable Development Project in a West African Socio-cultural Environment ; Burkina Faso Case Study

Auteur : Chineme, Atinuke

Université de soutenance : University of Calgary

Grade : MASTER OF SCIENCE (MS) 2018

Résumé
Implementing a sustainable renewable energy development project that generates local wealth is the goal of The Strongest Oak’s (TSOs) Solar Village Project. However, understanding the needs of the people in the community—Pau, Burkina Faso in this instance—is vital. This project explores how an energy development project can encourage lasting communal economic development. It attempts to provide answers to the following ; What are the pressing needs of the local community ? By understanding the needs of the local population, through participant observation, interviews (semi-structured, focus group and questionnaire-type), a suitably sized renewable energy technology that will increase local trade and encourages education can be crafted. The completion and implementation of this project recommendations will be vital to delivering a needed product to the community that supports local trade and innovation.

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