It’s sometimes hard to summarize all the benefits that a simple solar lamp can bring to children living without electricity.
If you’re an educator, you think about the role that light plays on children’s education by enabling students to prepare for exams and do their homework after dark. If you’re an environmentalist, you think about it in terms of an alternative to coal and wood burning and kerosene smoke. If you’re a feminist you think of it in terms of security for girls and how the light makes them feel safer in the dark.
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THIS IS WHAT YOUR DONATION CAN DO
With 2100 credits you can finance one solar lamp.
These allow children to study even after dark. And they do so without being exposed to toxic fumes from burning coal or wood.
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