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Illiterate Women Take The Lead In Lighting Up Rural Africa

More than 160,000 people in Africa have received solar electrification through the ‘Barefoot Approach’, and its unique community-owned and –managed, financially self-sufficient initiative.

Illiterate Women Take The Lead In Lighting Up Rural Africa
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