The barefoot engineers of Malawi – in pictures

Environment The Guardian

Eight women from rural Malawi travelled to India to train as solar engineers. Now they are lighting the way for their communities, in a country where just 10% of households are powered by electricity Photographs by Peter Caton/VSO Continue reading... …

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