Van moeder naar zonne-energie deskundige
Een inspirerende en opbeurende documentaire over zonne-energie en vrouwen emancipatie. Vrouwen in derde wereld gebieden leren in het Barefoot College hoe ze verschillende vormen van zonne-energie kunnen benutten en worden zo solar-engineers. In deze documentaire het verhaal van Rafea.
An inspiring film about one womanâ€™s attempt to light up her world. Rafea is an uneducated Bedouin mother from the Jordanian desert.
She gets the chance to go to the Barefoot College, where middle-aged women from poor communities train to become solar engineers, and bring power to their communities.
The college brings together women from all over the world. But learning about electrical components without being able to read, write or understand English is the easy part. Rafea is forced to risk everything, including losing her children, if she wants to complete the course.
Women make up half the worldâ€™s population and yet represent a staggering 70% of the worldâ€™s poor. Of the worldâ€™s 875 million illiterate adults, two-thirds are women.
Women work two-thirds of the worldâ€™s working hours, produce half of the worldâ€™s food, but earn only 10% of the worldâ€™s income and own 1% of the worldâ€™s property. On average, women earn half of what men earn.
Aanverwante artikelen en informatie:
-) Website BareFoot College
-) Eerdere artikelen over zonne-energie op visionair