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Solar Power Having Huge Effect On Health Improvement

It’s difficult to pinpoint the exact reasons for a 20-percent decrease in infant-and-maternal mortality between 2005 and 2010 across the developing world, plus about another 20-percent decrease since then, according to the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME). Certainly in the mix are improved health technology and education, an explosion of project funding from […]

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Nokero Helps Out Again

Solar-light maker and distributor Nokero gives The Solar Campaign another boost with this press release on PR Newswire. Denver-based Nokero has projects all round the world, but it’s innovative rent-to-own scheme in Haiti is helping revolutionize the distribution of residential solar lights in the developing world. Local community groups charge 12 cents a night for […]

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Real Change In The Developing World

How Behaviour Change Works in the Developing World July 20, 2012 If real change helping people in the developing world emerge from the problems of poverty is to be achieved, it will take a collaborative effort from everyone to create and implement workable solutions. Mike Levin’s piece on Firdaus Kharas and Steve Katsaros as they tackle solar […]

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