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Volunteers stories

mikeMike built a house for PicoSol

During the spring of 2011, Mike Otten volunteered for PicoSol in Cambodia. He got the assignment to build a Cambodian style training house for practical training sessions.

brendaBrenda provides practical assistance

Brenda's story proves that voluntary work for PicoSol can also be very practical. 

niek-van-baalenNiek develops the website

The SolarSchools website is developed in co-operation with Esyst and volunteer Niek van Baalen. Niek presents himself below.

eelco-victorEelco provided power to a hospital

During the summer of 2010, Eelco built a few solar energy systems for the Babungo Integrated Health Centre in Cameroon.

mila-foto3Mila designs an educational programme 

Educationalist Mila Bom worked for a graduation assignment in 2012.

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