A solar off-the-grid school in Nigeria
03 November 2019 | 4:15 pm
In the face of power supply challenges, a school in Nigeria has decided to generate its own electricity. Not only does that make the school more self-sufficient, it’s also helping the environment and encourages children to value a sustainable future.
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