We deliver solar-powered LED light/cell phone charge kits to rural Ugandan families who do not have electric power. With the kits, children can study at night and their families can charge their cell phones to market their crops. The project provide direct benefits while proving that with some ambition and effort, anyone can be impactful .Just one solar light can transform the fortunes of an entire family and replace a costly, toxic kerosene lamp; leading to savings of around $70 per year, improving health, education and the environment. Spread some light today. No one should be left out in the dark.
This project provides solar lights to communities that have no access to electricity. These helps to eradicate the use of harmful kerosene lamps and reduce on the cost of families spending on kerosene, candles or batteries for light by about 10% of household income. Households using solar lights also help reduce CO2 emissions.
Children benefit when solar lights are used in their home. Solar lights enable them to study an extra hour each night - leading to better grades and progress at school.
The whole family benefits health-wise because by using solar light they have less eye strain, are not exposed to dangerous fumes are able to move around safely at night, and have less fire hazards.