Be a beacon of light this Christmas
In many African countries, the sun sets at 6pm year-round.
Most families have no electricity, so when darkness falls they use dangerous and expensive kerosene lamps. These lamps are a major fire hazard, especially with young children running around.
This Christmas, your gift of a solar lamp could keep families safe throughout the long evenings.
A solar lamp charges off the sun during the day. When night falls, it provides six hours of light. So families can easily cook and care for children in the evening, and children like Maria (pictured above) can do her homework.
This isn’t just a lamp, it is a light in the darkness for families this Christmas…