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A MESSAGE FROM TEARFUND:
“We are only one week away from a key moment for us to put pressure on the World Bank. Will you join us?
This week, officials from around the world will gather for the World Bank’s annual meeting. My colleague Sue and our partner Spectrum from Myanmar will be talking about why the Bank needs to do more, and about the life-giving role that energy such as solar power can make in transforming the lives of people in poverty. People like Rachel in Tanzania who can now work as a tailor in the evenings with light from the solar panel on her roof, or 14-year-old Dhanmaya in Nepal who can now study in the evenings, thanks to mini-hydro-powered lighting.
The Bank is already listening. Thanks to your support, we’ve seen some small increases in funding and more commitment to transparency about how and where this money is spent. So, let’s keep going: it’s working!
Now, we need to ramp up the pressure on the World Bank. And we need wider awareness among Christians of the role that renewable energy can play in tackling poverty.” World Bank Petition – Tearfund