Solar lamps are tackling poverty, ill-health and natural hazards in Africa, thanks to Chinese industry and a UK-based charity.
LONDON, 5 June, 2017–With 600 million people in Africa still without electricity and relying on expensive kerosene for lighting, the invention of a new high-quality solar light gives hope for a better quality of life for the poorest people of the continent.
And with solar light design and quality constantly improving and prices falling, a brighter future is more affordable – and can even turn a profit for householders.
The new £4 ($5) l
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