Some of the vulnerable communities in rural Kenya are now able to buy their own solar-powered energy systems and efficient low-carbon cookstoves. This is thanks to the subsidies provided by Rafode Limited.
The Kenyan microfinance organization based in Kisumu is working with rural low-income earners to expand their access to clean energy, through microfinance and strengthened energy value chains. The company also has other branches in 10 counties where it offers access to necessary financial savings and credit services that facilitate the acquisition of new technologies.
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