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Fed up with costly, dirty fuels, Nigerians switch to cleaner alternatives
by Eromo Egbejule
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23 August 2018
On 23 August 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
For Rhoda Tanko, preparing dishes of okra or egusi soup in her small shack was a daily ordeal spent battling the dizzying, toxic black fumes spewed out by her charcoal stove. Her home's energy needs were costly too ... But that changed earlier this year when, with help from her local cooperative, Tanko bought a new, cleaner-burning stove. The stove, which cost 10,500 naira ($34), was provided by Solar Sister, a non-profit that operates in Nigeria as well as in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
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The non-profit assists low-income families like Tanko's to switch by offering the option to pay in instalments. It also provides customer support and raises awareness about the benefits of clean energy.
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