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These 'Solar Mamas' are trained as engineers to bring power and light to their villages
by Berenice Magistretti, Contributor
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25 July 2019
On 25 July 2019 Forbes reported:
Solar energy is gradually becoming the go-to to power our world, inspiring many along the way. Barefoot College has been working on a program that trains mostly illiterate women [in many countries] to become solar engineers -- bringing clean power and light to their villages. Over the course of six months, [they] learn to build, install, and maintain solar panels and batteries to provide a renewable source of energy to their communities.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Today, there are training centers across India, Zanzibar, Burkina Faso, and Madagascar. Several others are in development in Liberia, Guatemala, Fiji, and Senegal.
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