Working alongside Agence de Médecine Préventive as part of the LOGIVAC project, we delivered solar powered refrigerators to serve the vaccine storage needs of health centres in Benin's Comé region. LOGIVAC is a programme to develop better health supply chains in sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus on improving immunisation.
We supplied solar vaccine refrigerator systems to Peru's Ministry of Health. One of the systems was delivered to an extremely remote location - an isolated health post in Buenas Lomas Nueva set up for the Matsés tribe, deep in the Amazon rainforest.
This solar refrigerator provided a focal point for a programme to train and educate the Matsés health worker, supported by the Swiss non-governmental organisation Nouvelle Planete.
Our solar powered vaccine refrigerators were chosen by the UK’s Department for International Development as part of the coordinated humanitarian response to the devastating Philippines typhoon.
Dulas systems were supplied to support vaccination efforts, with up to 800,000 people in the country potentially requiring access to temperature-sensitive medicines.
We designed a solar power and battery back-up system for the Lassa fever lab at a health clinic in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The system was comprised of an 8.5Kw solar array with battery bank and inverter. A Dulas solar vaccine refrigerator system was also fitted as part of the project, with all equipment shipped to the site via sea freight.
To support the solar refrigerator systems that we supplied to the country Dulas delivered our 2 week training course to give Ministry of Health technicians a thorough understanding of how to install, operate, and maintain their new solar powered Dulas refrigerators