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Women bring light to remote villages on islands of Zanzibar
by Nicky Milne
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21 May 2019
On 21 May 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Grandmothers and single mothers are among those being trained as community solar engineers, a programme which they say could transform lives in their communities. ... Millions of people across sub-Saharan Africa are getting access to electricity through off-grid renewables, the International Energy Agency said last year, which forecasted strong demand to boost growth in the sector up to 2022.
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The solar training scheme offered by Barefoot College, a social enterprise that began in India and is now working in East Africa, also focuses specifically on training women.
... Women on the project spend five months living and training at the college, after which they return to their villages and set up solar lighting systems for their family and neighbours.
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