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Powering and protecting the rainforest in Nicaragua

Renewable World recently visited our programme sites in Nicaragua, the first stop of which was Kahka Creek Nature Reserve in the Rio Wawashang area of the Southern Atlantic Autonomous Region (RAAS), accessible by a 3-hour boat journey from the Caribbean hub of Bluefields, followed by a 40-minute walk from the riverside community of Pueblo Nuevo.  Managed by local NGO - Foundation for Autonomy and Development on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua (FADCANIC), this wonderful 640ha rainforest reserve, home to a wealth of biodiversity, protects a valuable swathe of rainforest from deforestation and attracts tourists and research groups from across the globe. 

Click to read more on the Renewable World website.

Kahka Creek director Miguel with the control panel installed by blueEnergy

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