Megawatts and connections improving lives — Susana Sunten’s story

With support from Power Africa, as a result of assistance provided to host country governments and the private sector, energy customers in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria gained access to new or improved electricity. Susana’s story highlights one of the experiences households and communities have had as a result of gaining access to that electricity.

Midwife Susana Sunten at work in the local community health center in Kofihwikrom, Ghana.
Midwife Susana Sunten at work in the local community health center in Kofihwikrom, Ghana.
Midwife Susana Sunten at work in the local community health center in Kofihwikrom, Ghana.
Susana working in the health center.
Susana working in the health center.
If it were not receiving solar energy, Susana likely would have asked for a transfer to another health center.
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The health center now has refrigerators that preserve their vaccines.
The local community health center in Kofihwikrom, Ghana
The local community health center in Kofihwikrom, Ghana
The CHPS Compound in Kofihwikrom, Ghana.

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