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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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