It’s now December, and the dry season has officially started across Uganda. Solar water pumps help so much in cutting costs for farmers, especially those hit by drought. Sprinkler irrigation increases crop yield by almost 30% and is known to be most effective for horticulture. To date, we have installed 42 Pay-As-You-Go and 6 Lease-to-own systems in the Northern and Eastern parts of the country. These systems are helping farmers mitigate the impact of climate change, and it allows them to keep farming, even in the dry season. The dry season in Uganda can last all the way up to April. Crops and animals are most affected during this period, as well as the income of farmers. If you are looking to keep your income stable while other farmers take a pause, now is the time. The PAY-N-PUMP system comes with 200m of pipes, the Ennos sunlight pump, solar panels, and 6 sprinklers making irrigation easy. Visit our website (www.paynpump.com) to learn more about how you can get your own PAY-N-PUMP system today.
In a ground breaking initiative, Aptech Africa has embarked on a mission to bring sustainable energy solutions to remote communities in Equatorial Guinea. Through the installation of 11 solar systems,
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