Zeze village lacks grid electricity and gas networks to provide energy which make the community rely much on woods and kerosene as the main sources of energy for cooking, lighting and warming.
Wehave been supplying solar lights to the community and students at Zeze and train youth in wind turbine electricity production. All these strategies, aim at reduction of carbon production and deforestation to allow sustainable growth.
These make a huge difference in our community on many levels. Students are able to study after dark, families save money and their health from polluting kerosene and people can become much more productive.
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