Church turns energy supplier as millions still left without power

An Anglican diocese in Tanzania is helping its congregation get access to clean energy after predictions showed they could have been left in the dark for at least another decade.

The Diocese of Rift Valley, based in central Tanzania, is working with the Christian international development charity Tearfund to provide solar panels in the village of Sasajila.

The decision to help local people invest in solar panels was made after the diocese noticed an increase in the number of admissions for burns injuries at the local hospital it runs.

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