Driven towards enabling access to sustainable energy for productive use and developing requisite ecosystems at decentralised scales for local ownership. Our aim is to improve incomes, value capture and build resilience at the bottom of the pyramid.
Inclusive sustainable livelihoods, building on the expertise of local communities, is a critical way to provide the poor with a way out of poverty. Many of these sources of livelihoods, for example, sewing machines, agri processing machines, integrated rice hullers, power hammers, blacksmith blowers, are assets that the poor can rely on to create the appropriate social safety nets. SELCO Foundation works with key livelihood stakeholders, to strengthen solutions for the most marginalised via sustainable energy.