Solar Power at Mlambe Hospital Lunzu, Southern Malawi
Solar energy can be a valuable alternative to traditional energy supply for hospitals. Mlambe Hospital, in operation since 1963, is a healthcare facility in southern Malawi.
The hospital includes many services:
- Maternity ward
- Mother and child health
- Tuberculosis department
- Pediatric Ward
- Surgery Department
- Radiology Department
As a result, the hospital treats around 50,000 people a year, who require a permanent supply of electricity and water.
The current power supply is characterized by almost daily power outages lasting up to 20 hours. Patients and medical equipment suffer from this.
By installing solar panels on the roof of the hospital, significant amounts of electricity can be generated from renewable sources, thus eliminating the expensive and harmful diesel pump.
Any contribution you can make is invaluable and will help improve the lives of local people.
Thank you in advance for your generous support!