Business, Economy

Bluedrop builds entrepreneurial capacity of Nigerian women in clean energy

Bluedrop Learning Networks, a division of Bluedrop Performance Learning, has secured a contract with Solar Sister to scale and build the capacity of their associates in Nigeria and Tanzania.

Solar Sister is the world’s first women-led social enterprise unlocking women’s clean energy entrepreneurship and climate leadership at scale. Leveraging Bluedrop’s technology and training expertise will help women entrepreneurs make a living, help their families and improve upon their communities.

Bluedrop’s chief executive officer, Emad Rizkalla said: “We are committed to help Solar Sister achieve the goals of this important and rewarding project. Our team has successfully delivered our solutions in over a dozen countries and we are excited to be working with Solar Sister in Nigeria and Tanzania. Not only is Bluedrop increasingly recognised in workforce training solutions globally, this project bodes well for the growth strategy of our St. John’s-based BLN division.”

Katherine Lucey, Solar Sisters CEO and founder is excited about the partnership. “We are excited to work with Bluedrop Learning Networks to build a blended learning program that will enable us to catalyse the training we deliver.

Using both face-to-face trainings and online learning modules to deliver our training programme, we are able to build the skills and abilities of our team and our network of entrepreneurs in the most remote areas of rural Africa. It is a perfect combination of human-centred design meets technology to drive development impact.”

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