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The Solar Project Gambia (SPG) is a project that is trying to work as an example and an information centre concerning the direct use of the sun for cooking, baking or drying. It is producing solar dryers and solar cookers. It consists of three parts: the bakery, the carpentry, and the restaurant. Our aim is to make solar food popular in the country and help in the fight against deforestation. We also inform about healthy nutrition and try to prevent malnutrition. The project is conceptualised to serve as a training and information centre concerning the use of direct solar power. It gives 8 local people employment, and income from producing solar food or equipment. -text taken from paper


Elena Steger-Kassama


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