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20 Oct
A business in Nigeria is recycled discarded laptops into solar lanterns - creating a solution to the country's severe power outages whilst also helping to tackle climate change.
20 Nov 2019
Modern devices like computers and phones have improved our world and how we do business. Unfortunately, they are hard to get rid of. Now a Nigerian company is using best-practice methods to recycle these electronics.
22 Oct 2018
Nigerian company Medsaf is combatting the spread of fake drugs in West Africa by connecting hospitals and pharmacies with multinational and local drug manufacturers.

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