Ethio-Mixer USA Revisted Solar Energy For Africa On April 10th At Uni Bistro

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Washington D.C. ( Little Ethiopia )-In an article Little Ethiopia posted on April 5, 2018 under the caption " Africa Is Calling : A Guinean Social Activist Binta Terrier Says Her Energy Initiative May Be The Answer." she was invited to its monthly mixer that was held at Uni Bistro along with Beth Akiyama from the Youth Human Rights International ( YHRI ) to discuss about the Solar Energy Initiative they are working in partnership. We posted four articles about the speakers appearance including two posting on the Bi-Monthly News Letter of the Mayors Office On African Affairs. Unfortunately the turnout was terrible. Is it that the African Diaspora is not interested to hear a solution to an African problem ? We will get an answer in the Next Ethio-Mixer USA.

Both speakers attempted to give us their opinion about how the system can help Africans. Terrier told the guests it cost  $ 30,000 to $ 40,000 to start the project. It is a known fact that it has to be addressed because two out of three people in Sub-Sahara lack electricity. Former president Barack Obama before he left office unveiled a $7 billion  plan to double access to electricity across sub-Saharan Africa it was hailed as game-changing step that could transform millions of lives.

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