Uganda, October 18, 2022 – Sistema.bio, Africa’s leading biodigester manufacturing company today has launched its biggest biodigester carbon program in Uganda in partnership with Native, a Public Benefit Corporation. The program, otherwise referred to as the Uganda Dairy Biogas Program, is set to benefit small and medium dairy farms across the country. Sistema.bio and Native’s partnership is expected to avoid
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We are elated to introduce Dr. Joyce Cacho, a newly appointed independent board member, and incoming board chair of Sistema.bio. Joyce is an experienced, non-executive/independent board director and change catalyst. She currently serves as an Independent Board Director of Sunrise Banks, N.A., a regulated bank with Fintech partnerships and a member of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV).
Hearing from our farmers: 60 Decibels reports Over the past year, 60 Decibels’ qualified researchers have spoken to more than 600 Sistema.bio users in Kenya, India and Mexico to understand their adoption and satisfaction levels, how they are using the biodigesters and how much impact they have had on their farms and lives. You can read about some of their
By Purnima Jha & Elena Coll Since 2017, we’ve had the support of Shell Foundation in the process of establishing our teams and operations in Kenya and India, as well as in the research and development of productive appliances for our users. On top of that, Shell Foundation has been a significant contributor to the global research on the impact
Sistema.bio started off with the whole world in mind. While we installed the first biodigesters in Mexico, we were already dreaming of our future and thinking of ways to escalate our impact around the globe. And day by day that dream becomes more of a reality. Now we have offices in Mexico, Kenya, India and Colombia, and our biogas systems
A little over two years ago, a young Dutch startup approached us with a proposition: Let us source your debt via an online crowd hungry for social and economic returns. What’s more, it will be at a better rate than you’ll get almost anywhere else. Needless to say, we were intrigued. We quickly learned about the triple-win they were after.
Sistema.bio is all about commitment. We are committed to the Earth and to those who farm it, those who care for it. Over the past few months our team in Sistema.bio India has proven exactly how committed they are. Last year we were lucky enough to begin two extensive projects, which we want to share with you now. Since it
There’s no need to wait: the revolution is here. All over the world big companies and small farmers are changing completely the way their produce is made. And, as all revolutions, this one is starting at the bottom. At the soil. The term “Regenerative Agriculture” was first coined in the 1980s at the Rodale Institute in Pensylvania, and it has
Waste management is one of the biggest issues in the modern world. This applies equally to big cities and small towns, to all factories and all farms. In today’s attempts to minimize the footprint of mass-scale production, more and more governments are betting for clean technology in their programs. Such is the case for the Canadian Government, which in 2017
By Xunaxi Cruz The Sistema.bio team is celebrating today as our Documentary “CACA” won the ninth edition of ECOFILM Festival. In collaboration with Camaroni Producciones and under the direction of Celsa Calderoni, its founder and director, the documentary was awarded first place among 10,000 short films that participated in 5 categories. This year, the International Festival of Environmental Short Films