As a charitable foundation, we are dedicated to promoting the use of renewable energies and protecting our climate and environment. Through our work we wish to sensitise for a more sustainable use of our resources and to offer more people a perspective for a brighter future.
Regionally, we focus our activities on Sub-Saharan Africa. A special emphasis lies on our partner country Togo, where we have been implementing projects since 2002. Additionally, we offer funding support to initiatives in Eastern Europe and East Africa, which advocate the use and implementation of renewable energies.
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We are active in a variety of sectors in our partner country Togo.read more
As a foundation we allocate grants to support sustainable projects.read more
We regularly publish our Togolese newsletter “Info Soleil”. Subscribe here to receive our Info Soleil.read more
In Togo, we developed a state-certified Solar Curriculum.read more
Sucess Stories The solar boutiques of Mohamadou Yacoubou
In 2013, Mohamadou Yacoubou completed the solar energy course at the Lycee Technique in Sokodé, which is financed by URBIS.more
Sucess Stories Project "Birth certificate for all"
In Togo, many children do not yet have a birth certificate - we support them to receive one retroactively.more
Sucess Stories The café of Madame Aridja Tchakonde
Thanks to a microcredit granted by URBIS, Madame Aridja Tchakonde was able to establish a café, which she runs today with five employees.more
Sucess Stories The boutique of Madame Mouraféra Sallassis
With a microcredit granted by URBIS, Madame Mouraféra Sallassis was able to open a boutique, which she runs with her daughters.more
Sucess Stories The sheep farm of Rialou Djafarou and Seveya Ourogneni
The two men were students on our sustainable farm in Sokodé in 2013/2014. They received a comprehensive training on sustainable farming, management and business administration.more
Sucess Stories The cultivation of field crops by Mamadou Ouro-Tou
In 2016, Mamadou Ouro-Tou finished his vocational training at our sustainable farm in Sokodé.more