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Solar power sales help women avoid food insecurity in Yemen
by Teresa Welsh
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4 February 2019
On 4 February 2019 Devex reported:
Solar panels are providing women in Yemen access to energy and a way to escape famine conditions that continue to threaten the country. ... To tackle this pervasive food insecurity, the United Nations Development Programme is teaching women to run their own small businesses by generating energy with solar panels. The program provides women access to materials and training to start microbusinesses that can sell energy to power community services such as water and health systems.
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