TedX Lilongwe

TedX Lilongwe

TedX Lilongwe was held in May and was supported by Rei Foundation. Malawian musician Faith Mussa performed Don't Run Away, a beautiful song protesting corruption in the country.

Joanna Gentili has researched why solar has been adopted by only 1% of the population while cellphone use has skyrocketed to 40%. Here she explained how the growth in cellphone use can enable growth in the use of solar energy.
Hastings Mkandawire, CEO of Turbines Energy, has designed and installed more than 100 hydro power plants in rural areas of Malawi with a total estimated capacity of 300kW of clean energy.

Hastings has a passion to increase electric connectivity to rural areas to help farmers increase productivity.
Slider Image Thoko Chikondi is an award winning Malawian photojournalist who is passionate about telling the untold stories of women and children through imagery.
Thoko Chikondi is an award winning Malawian photojournalist who is passionate about telling the untold stories of women and children through imagery.
Slider Image Ethnomusicologist Charles Mnkanthama performs a song.
Ethnomusicologist Charles Mnkanthama performs a song.
Slider Image Dr Jessie Kabwila is an academic and activist who led the 2011 academic freedom struggle of Chancellor College's academic staff union.
Dr Jessie Kabwila is an academic and activist who led the 2011 academic freedom struggle of Chancellor College's academic staff union.
Slider Image Musician Faith Mussa sings to the crowd.
Musician Faith Mussa sings to the crowd.
Slider Image A shot of all the TedX Lilongwe presenters.
A shot of all the TedX Lilongwe presenters.

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