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Powerpire plans solar-powered clinics in Africa’s disaster-hit regions

The clinics and mobile units will be grid-independent and ensure constant access to critical medical equipment and services.


Sustainable energy solutions provider Powerpire has announced an initiative to establish health clinics and mobile medical units powered by solar energy across disaster-stricken areas in Africa.

This initiative, in partnership with various organisations, is set to address the urgent need for medical services and sustainable energy in regions devastated by natural disasters.

The aftermath of catastrophes such as floods, earthquakes, and droughts often leaves healthcare systems in disarray and medical services inaccessible.

Powerpire’s strategy is to mitigate these issues by introducing solar-powered solutions that bolster healthcare while providing renewable energy to communities in need.

The clinics and mobile units will be grid-independent, ensuring constant access to critical medical equipment and services.

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