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'Light bringers' help Hungary's impoverished Roma power their homes
by Krisztina Than
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16 December 2016
On 16 December 2016 Reuters reported:
For Karoly Nemeth, a Roma man who lives with his family in a town just outside Budapest, having electricity in his home is not always guaranteed. Nemeth, 42, who has side jobs in construction, lives with his wife, two daughters. and son on a monthly income of about 90,000 forints ($300). With the help of Hungary's Romaversitas Foundation, an NGO, his home has now been equipped with a solar panel. ... The program, called 'Light bringers', has so far helped 40 families in various parts of Hungary.
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