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This Kenyan family got solar power. High-level climate talks determine who else will

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Winifred Muisyo, right, and her five-year-old daughter, Patience Kativa, watch Stanlas Kisilu, left, as he installs a TV tuner on the roof of her home. The TV is connected to a solar panel provided by d.light, a company partially funded by climate financing from wealthier nations.

Last month, the Muisyo family turned on the lights for the first time thanks to climate financing from rich countries. But the fund is falling short of its $100 billion goal to help poor countries.

(Image credit: Khadija Farah for NPR)

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