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Universal energy access is a major challenge for the Arab world. Here's why

Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan and Mauritania have one of the lowest energy access rates among the Arab countries Image: REUTERS/Alia Haju

Sarah Mousa

Co-founder, Shamsina

Deena Mousa

Co-founder, Shamsina

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