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A new report explores the major challenges, progress and issues associated with humanitarian energy.
Cosmas Ndlovu points at a solar water heater and solar panels on-top of his new home in Pelandaba West Suburb in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, 9 July 2022. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Lungelo Ndhlovu
Rooftop water heaters provide free hot baths even during power blackouts – though installation costs remain a barrier
Ethiopia has one of the highest energy deficits in the world, with 56 million people lacking any access to electricity, including 61% of the rural population. Lack of access to energy is a major constraint on Ethiopian agriculture, a sector that is both central to rural livelihoods and increasingly vulnerable to climate change impacts.

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Dr. Harald Schützeichel

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