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[Energy] Gisele Bundchen experiences energy poverty in Africa

by UNEP TUNZA | 25-11-2013 13:31 Comments 13 Comments recommendations 1 recommendations

Published on Oct 2, 2013

On her official visit to Africa, in 2012, UNEP Goodwill Ambassador Gisele Bundchen went to the grassroots level in Kenya to experience the reality of energy poverty and to see how Kenyans are transforming their lives by accessing sustainable energy.

Gisele's visited Kibera, East Africa's largest slum, where less than 20% of its residents have access to electricity, and witnessed the innovative ways in which communities can gain access to a reliable source of energy by using waste as a resource. She also went to Kisumu, in western Kenya, to see up close the reality of energy poverty and learn about fuel-efficient cook stoves. She joined the local women in collecting firewood for cooking. 

During her trip, the UNEP Goodwill Ambassador also observed how locally produced, cost and fuel-effective technologies, such as stoves and smoke hoods, are making a real difference to rural Kenyan communities.


  • Ijeoma Uhuegbulem says :
    Well done Gisele.. Beauty and brains
    Posted 25-11-2015 00:56

  • PETER KANGARA says :
    The video tell it all,congrats for sharing
    Posted 12-11-2015 14:29

  • PETER KANGARA says :
    Thats a story that should be told many more times and shared
    Posted 12-11-2015 14:28

  • Promod kumar says :
    thanks for the share
    Posted 30-12-2013 02:51

  • Vicky Jade Lukan says :
    this is informative and educational
    Posted 05-12-2013 08:08

  • Allen Thomas says :
    if i say this Good video means this excellent
    Posted 01-12-2013 01:45

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