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PROBLEMS / CHALLENGES • Climate change is the biggest sustainable development challenge the international community has had to tackle to date. Measures to address climate change need to be fully compatible with the international community's wider ambitions for economic growth and human advancement. It is a challenge that transcends borders and requires solutions not only at national levels but at the international level as well. • Rural Communities have poor Access to the traditional power grid and not reliable energy sources • Unused energy –rich Biomass goes to waste. • The unhygienic disposal of bio waste leads to bad health condition in low –income communities. • The use of fossil fuels to power machinery or equipment causes environment depletion. • Farmers can’t sustain themselves financially and have to spend a big part of their sparse income on costly fossil fuels or chemical fertilisers, which degrade the soil • Women are unrepresented in the business sector and often only conduct informal work. Another challenge is that Malnutrition from hunger causes a wide range of health problems and millions of deaths each year. An astonishing one in Africans - about 260 million people - suffers from hunger. Surprisingly, many of them are farmers operating at just 40 percent of their capacity. As population increases drive a growing demand for food, African farmers must increase the quality of their crops and size of their harvest.