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Sunshine gives life to Senegalese women's collective

By Emmanuelle Landais

In one of Senegal’s many villages not connected to the electricity grid, a women’s collective - tired of waiting for solutions from the government - has started selling solar lamps to improve their living conditions and gain financial autonomy. Emmanuelle Landais reports from Notto Diobasse, a village near Thiès, about an hour away from Dakar.

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Central African refugees living in southern Chad and making a difference in their community

CAR refugees and Chadian locals have access to health clinics, but not medication

While fleeing the Central African Republic, some get caught up in the violence

Central African refugees deal with many more issues than just food and shelter