Kakuma refugee camp could be setting the pace to encouraging the use of clean renewable energy not only in Kenya but the whole continent.
This is after they were introduced Solar cookers that depend on sun in cooking. In the recent years, the importance of shifting to clean renewable energy has been dominating both International and Local News.
NTVs Sharon Barang'a was in Kakuma and now reports how the initiative is expected to cut reliance on firewood and charcoal by half therefore honouring the principles of Geneva conventions.
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