Since its inception in 2005, EnDev aims to increase the number of people with access to modern energy sources to meet their basic needs in a sustainable way, through continuous and coordinated interventions.
EnDev works at the national level in all nine departments of the country, targeting households, social infrastructure (health and education units) and productive units in rural and peri-urban areas. It supports the increase of households connected to electricity, the development of markets for photovoltaic systems at the rural level, the access of productive units to modern energy and technology to improve their processes, and strengthens the electricity sector on issues related to energy efficiency for households. In alliance with a diversity of public and private actors, different levels of government, technology providers, cooperatives, entrepreneurs and communities throughout the country.
The work strategies are defined according to the needs of the rural population of our country, considering all aspects of each region, cultural diversity and social demand with a gender focus in all its actions.