This EverydayNile story was supported by InfoNile with funding from IHE-Delft Global Partnership for Water and Development.
As I grew into an adult, I gradually saw the yellow lights turn to white, but I never took note of this seriously. But two years ago, when going for a walk on the shores, I met one of the fishermen tying a light on one of the floating frames. I noticed the light being used was different from the kerosene-powered lamps. He was using a solar-powered lamp to fish. Being a conservation storyteller, this hit a light bulb in my mind. Clearly, my community was mitigating climate change in its own way. This was very humbling and inspiring.
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It is the end of one night of fishing, and the fishermen go home to rest as they wait for the evening to fall again.
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