SOLARCHILL

Photographie : Guillaume COLLANGES    

On the way to Pelewa, the grid will stop to follow the road. 23% of the population have access to electricity in Kenya (World Bank 2012).
Before the Pelewa dispensary. In Massaï region, farming animals is the ancestral income for families. Wealth of a man is estimated by the size of his flock.
Assitant of Miss Chemjor cleaning the dispensary before opening. Pelewa dispensaries in Kadjiado district. It covers five thousands peoples in the area and she is doing an average of six hundred consultations per month. There is no access to the grid in this remote village. Two solar panels produce electricity for the Solar powered refrigerator (SolarChill) where the nurse keep the vaccines and all medicines who need to be preserve in a cold place.
Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensary and here assistant clean an disinfect all rooms.
Pelewa dispensaries in Kadjiado district. It covers five thousands peoples in the area and she is doing an average of six hundred consultations per month. There is no access to the grid in this remote village. Two solar panels produce electricity for the Solar powered refrigerator (SolarChill) where the nurse keep the vaccines and all medicines who need to be preserve in a cold place.
Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensaries in Kadjiado district. it covers five thousands peoples in the area and she is doing an average of six hundred consultations per month. There is no access to the grid in this remote village. Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensary in Kadjiado district. it covers five thousands peoples in the area and she is doing an average of six hundred consultations per month. There is no access to the grid in this remote village.
During the dry season, Christine Chemjor is mainly occupied for Programme for Mother and Infant Protection. Malaria, fiver and flew are coming during the rainy season.
Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensary checking the stock of vaccine in the The Solar powered refrigerator (SolarChill) . This one have neen installed since four years now. SolarChill is able to operate directly on solar PV panels, without battery or additional electronics, and is therefore suitable for locations where little maintenance and reliable operation is mandatory. SolarChill does not use any fluorocarbons in its cooling system or in the insulation.
Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensary preparing vaccination for a baby. Vaccine vials are conserved in a Solar powered refrigerator (SolarChill) . This one have been installed since four years now. SolarChill is able to operate directly on solar PV panels, without battery or additional electronics, and is therefore suitable for locations where little maintenance and reliable operation is mandatory. SolarChill does not use any fluorocarbons in its cooling system or in the insulation.
Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensary is doing vaccinations every Wednesday for all the kids and mothers of the area.
Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensary is doing vaccinations every Wednesday for all the kids and mothers of the area. Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensary is doing vaccinations every Wednesday for all the kids and mothers of the area.
Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensary is doing vaccinations every Wednesday for all the kids and mothers of the area.
Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensaries in Kadjiado district. it covers five thousands peoples in the area and she is doing an average of six hundred consultations per month. There is no access to the grid in this remote village. Christine Chemjor is the nurse of the Pelewa dispensary in Kadjiado district. it covers five thousands peoples in the area and she is doing an average of six hundred consultations per month. There is no access to the grid in this remote village.
A woman coming back from from the river with fresh water for his home.
Kids of Mr Yohana Parkisomo at the only water supply area for cattle ever human. It has not rain since 6 months. The water is purified with chlorine gives by the nurse at Pelewa dispensary.
In Massaï region, farming animals is the ancestral income for families. Wealth of a man is estimated by the size of his flock.
Massaï men selling cheap at Pelewa market. In Massaï region, farming animals is the ancestral income for families. Wealth of a man is estimated by the size of his flock.
Men choice their peace of meet for the lunch in the butchery of Pelewa.
At the local restaurant of Pelewa, the butcher is also the cooker. Has their are animals farmer, Massaï traditionally eat a lot of meat.
Women working at the local restaurant of Pelewa.
Pupils are doing a prior before enter in classroom of the "New Grace Academy", a private schooljust near the Pelewa dispensaries; Even if the primary school is free, there is a lot of private school to supply the needs of the very young population of the country (median age 19,5 years in 2016).
Family of Yohana Parkisomo, Facilty Chairman.Massaï population are very proud of their culture and steel dress with traditional clothes and jewels.
In the market of Pelewa, an isolated location where there is no electricity. Massaï population are very proud of their culture and steel dress with traditional clothes and jewels.
In the market of mile 46, a location where is the main hospital of the area. Massaï population are very proud of their culture and steel dress with traditional clothes and jewels.
At the local market , A Swahili women sells several local medicine extract from roots or cork of specifics trees. They are prescribe against Malaria, articulation pain, blood infection... A lot of people steel use those ancestral remeds who seems to have proof their efficiency.
Yohana Parkisomo, Facilty Chairman of the village.