The Mali project has been recognised as a process “that has adapted to the organisational, social and cultural peculiarities of the population, involving it in the process of defining and developing a collective lighting system”.
Foroba Yelen, or Collective Light, is the name given by the women of Cinzana, a Malian village, to the lighting prototype designed by the Italian architect Matteo Ferroni following an anthropological study done with the eLand Foundation. This technology, spread in the Commune Rurale de Cinzana by the youth organization ADM Faso Gnietàa, has turned the night into a time devoted to socialize, work and celebrate.
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