November 2004 Rural communities in Sri Lanka often struggle to gain access to clean water without having to travel miles everyday. While many options exist to get clean water to rural communities, these options are often expensive and locally inappropriate.
February 2005 Fossil-fuel-powered electricity production and its dissemination via a central electricity board are becoming increasingly expensive in Sri Lanka. Decentralised, renewable energy production is therefore becoming more acceptable and widely used. In Sri Lanka, ITDG’s village micro-hydro projects are
February 2005 In a globalised world, small communities are exposed to social and economic marginalisation on an unprecedented scale. As part of the Energy Services Delivery Project in Sri Lanka, the Sarvodaya Economic Enterprise Development Services is attempting to prevent