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    Barefoot College & Hogan Lovells

    Solar Mamas bringing light

    Access to electricity and education for rural women living in remote communities.
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    Barefoot College trains illiterate and semi-literate women to become solar engineers, empowering them to bring electricity and education to their villages.
    Focus area
    • Inclusive and sustainable service delivery
    • India
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    • Solar Mamas bringing light and learning to their communities

      Barefoot College is an NGO established in India in 1972 to teach rural communities skills to transform their villages. Barefoot now has a global footprint, having programmes running in over 90 countries across the world. Hogan Lovells is a global law firm co-headquartered in Washington and London.

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