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How Samir Ibrahim Raised $40 Million to Give Rural Farmers Solar Power
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- Samir Ibrahim, 33, is the CEO and co-founder of SunCulture, a climate-tech company specialising in developing and commercialising solar power irrigation systems.
- The company is based out of Nairobi, Kenya, and provides and installs solar-powered drip irrigation systems to rural farmers in Kenya and beyond.
- SunCulture makes food more accessible to small farmers in Africa by providing affordable products that promote sustainability.
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