Grooming energy champions in rural Tanzania

Baraka Issa (28), a father of one, became unemployed when the government banished him and other villagers in Miyuyu from cultivating in the valley that they were using. The order came about as a measure to control threats to the only water sources and the forest adjacent to the village from human activities. Baraka narrates how this ban sort of became a blessing in disguise by how it changed his life.

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