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Private sector urged to support drive on refugees' energy needs

By James Wanzala | May 9th 2017 | 1 min read
By James Wanzala | May 9th 2017
Kakuma Refugee Camp PHOTO:COURTESY

The private sector has been urged to play a more active role in helping meet refugees’ energy needs.

This was fronted at a one-day workshop at the weekend in Nairobi that brought together experts from governments, the UN and international and local NGOs, among other areas.

They sought different ways how the Kakuma Refugee Camp could benefit from improved energy access.

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