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How sunshine is bringing radio to remote parts of South Sudan

In South Sudan, most people don’t have a TV. They rely on radio to get information. But limited access to power means entire communities of are left in information darkness for days at a time, especially in remote areas. One man is turning to the sun to change that.  SEE ALSO: Norway is the first country to switch off FM radio Issa Kassimu, an electrical engineer, came up with the bright idea of setting up…

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How sunshine is bringing radio to remote parts of South Sudan

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