Power Africa Supports Tanzania-based Solar Company to Fuel Livelihoods of Rural Farmers and Fishers

A farm in Tanzania. Photo Credit: Peter Irungu/Acumen Fund
A farmer using hand irrigator powered by a solar water pump to water cabbages.
A farmer using hand irrigator powered by a solar water pump to water cabbages. Photo Credit: Marianne Walpert/Simusolar
Night fishers charging solar-powered fishing lights to prepare for a night out on Lake Victoria.
Night fishers charging solar-powered fishing lights to prepare for a night out on Lake Victoria. Photo Credit: Marianne Walpert/Simusolar
Simusolar staff conducting a site visit to help a farmer install solar pumps. Photo Credit: Marianne Walpert/Simusolar
A farmer uses a solar-powered irrigation system to water his crops by hand. Photo Credit: Marianne Walpert/Simusolar

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