Speaking during an interactive session involving development partners and media practitioners in Abuja, Olasimbo Sojinrin of non-governmental Organization, Solar Sister Nigeria, has advocated for gender equality in the country's energy access and implementation policies.
Women Urged to Lead Clean Energy Revolution
Guardian, 15 June 2018
A non-governemental Organization, Solar Sister Nigeria, has called on women to be at the forefront of driving clean and sustainable energy access in Nigeria. Read more »
Solar panels (file photo).
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