Don Bosco Ngozi Complex

The Ngozi complex, located in northern Burundi, was established in 1962. Since then, its Lycée offers educational services to the population of the area; it currently has 700 boys and 307 girls. Students can study science (Mathematics-Physics or Biology-Chemistry), modern literature, economics and psycho-pedagogy. They also have a public chapel and offices and accommodation for the community.



  • NGO: Salesians of Don Bosco
  • Service: Light and electricity 24/7
  • Impact: 1000 students
  • PV Instalation: school: 96 panels (47.04 kWp) and lithium batteries (61.6 kWh); community: 48 panels (23.52 kWp) and lithium batteries (46.2 kWh)
  • Social Impact: improvement of the center's activity


Frequent power outages in this area of Burundi led the center to contact the EKI Foundation to request a solar installation that would allow safe and continuous use of the school's equipment and offices. In the end, it was decided to build two separate installations: the larger one covers the needs of the high school, and the smaller one is responsible for powering the offices and the rest of the community buildings.