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This Man Risked It All to Change Uganda's Energy Destiny | National Geographic

This Man Risked It All to Change Uganda's Energy Destiny | National Geographic



National Geographic 2014 Emerging Explorer and social entrepreneur Sanga Moses quit his job, sold his possessions, and braved ridicule and rejection to launch a clean, sustainable energy initiative in Uganda. Called Eco-Fuel Africa, the program tackles energy, food, and health issues in Uganda to help people and the environment.
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24 comments

  1. Good job homie but I wish you or National Geographic show us the product and tell a bit more about it!

  2. This is really inspirational! We need more people like him!
    "Not all efforts will lead to success. And without effort there is no Success."

  3. That girlfriend who dumped him must feel foolish now huh.

  4. This bloke is badder than badjohn, as we would say in the Caribbean! Of course, it's irony! A badjohn is a person you dont want to mess with!

  5. Fantastic!Rise Afrika Rise?😁☝🏾️🙌🙏#tonyelumelupgm

  6. If this doesn't inspire people to change the world then I don't know what will

  7. God bless you. This world would be a better place with more people like this.

  8. Simply outstanding. You inspired me. Thank you.

  9. Great man…….I salute you !

  10. That was fucking Beautiful.  :O  :O   FORM A KICKSTARTER Campaign for more funding!  😀  I would gladly donate!  😀  Good Luck and God Bless You!

  11. That's a great innovation for his country and it could change others to if we follow his steps.

  12. WE NEED MORE PEOPLE LIKE HIM IN THE WORLD, AND NOT HUNGRY FOR MONEY THEIVING POLITICIANS.

  13. Good job…god bless u
    …..

  14. Incredible minds equals incredible people

  15. sometimes ur vision can make u loose alot …..but when driven by the spirit of God u just have to obey

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