Villages in Sindh light up with solar power.

 
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KARACHI -- Sabhagi Dablo rushes me to the courtyard of her mud brick home. There, she proudly points towards a large blue and white panel that sticks out rather awkwardly from its surrounding. 'I sold my goat and bought a solar panel,' the mother ofsix explains enthusiastically, 'Now, I can light the bulbs in my house at least. There are no electricity problems anymore.' Dablo lives in a small fishing hamlet in Thatta, around 110 kilometers from Karachi, Pakistan's port city. She, and the other women like her, had lived in darkness...

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