Solar lanterns bring light for kids and families. Over 800 million people worldwide lack a safe light source like a solar lamp — a critical gap in places like refugee camps, remote health clinics, and disaster-prone areas. Your gift provides...More Details
Solar lanterns bring light for kids and families.
Over 800 million people worldwide lack a safe light source like a solar lamp — a critical gap in places like refugee camps, remote health clinics, and disaster-prone areas. Your gift provides a long-lasting solution to support health and safety.
Solar lanterns also help boost kids’ education. For children everywhere, education is the best hope for breaking free from poverty. But it’s difficult to work on their school lessons without electricity or daylight in the evenings. Other options like kerosene lamps burn costly fuel, cause eye and lung damage, and pose a fire hazard.
In Uganda, solar lanterns helped children from South Sudan living in the Bidibidi refugee settlement to keep learning after schools closed due to the pandemic. Provided with the help of generous donors like you, the lanterns empowered them to keep studying — using educational materials delivered through government programs — and to prepare themselves for a brighter future.
Thank you for sharing God’s love with vulnerable kids and families through the gift of solar-powered light!
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