Ending The Darkness Through Women Entrepreneurship
By Francis Mbewe - Project Leader
Women Solapreneur with a Solar Home System
Millions of people are still in darkness due to no access to electricity. Most affected are people living in rural communities.
Kukula Solar through its women entrepreneurship program continues to provide training and support to women mostly in rural communities to be the champions in distributing solar lamps and clean cookstoves.
To date, we have trained 15 women and given them the support they need to embark on this life-changing journey of ending the darkness in their villages while earning an acceptable income.
We want to thank all our donors and supporters for your continued support to this cause and we look forward to your support even in this year 2022.
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