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Africa: Shining Light On Refugees’ Energy Needs

By Elizabeth Blunt London — When refugee crises strike, energy provision is well down the list of priorities, and ad hoc solutions tend to persist for years, even when they are unsatisfactory, expensive, damaging to the environment, and in all ways unsustainable. Dadaab, a complex of camps in northern Kenya that is home to a […]

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