Sarah Baird, LTBLI Founder, Speaks with The Rotary of Buffalo about the Power of Solar

by | Feb 9, 2018 | LTBLI news and updates

LTBLI and KACCAD have partnered with the Rotary Club of Buloba since 2017 in a collaborative effort to enhance and promote LTBLI’s Solar Health Outreach project in Uganda. Rotary Club of Buloba has supported this project by contributing to the distribution of solar health posters to reach the farthest communities in Wakiso. By creating awareness we can save many more lives and when we work together we can better serve humanity and protect our environment.

Sarah Baird recently spoke with the Rotary Club of Buffalo, NY to highlight the organization’s efforts. She spoke about energy poverty and the power of solar energy. You can download her presentation for more.

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