Eradicating Energy Poverty in Haiti

 
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Eradicating Energy Poverty in Haiti

Eradicating Energy Poverty in Haiti
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Midwives using Eneji Pwop solar lights

Midwives using Eneji Pwop solar lights
Midwives in rural southern Haiti often work to deliver babies by only the light of a candle or small kerosene lamp. EarthSpark's clean energy entrepreneurs provide them with access to electric light. (view small | med | large | orig)

The first clean energy store, Magazen Eneji Pwop

The first clean energy store, Magazen Eneji Pwop
EarthSpark opened the first clean energy store, Magazen Eneji Pwop, in Les Anglais, Haiti in July 2010. Since then, Eneji Pwop has expanded to 75 entrepreneurs operating throughout southern Haiti. (view small | med | large | orig)

Eneji Pwop at the marketplace

Eneji Pwop at the marketplace
Eneji Pwop products are often marketed and distributed at village markets throughout rural southern Haiti. (view small | med | large | orig)

Eneji Pwop lights in Les Anglais, Haiti

Eneji Pwop lights in Les Anglais, Haiti
Eneji Pwop lamps charging during the day in Les Anglais, Haiti after a storm. (view small | med | large | orig)

EP brings solar light to unelectrified Haiti

EP brings solar light to unelectrified Haiti
75% of Haiti's population does not have access to electricity. These families live in darkness when the sun goes down. Eneji Pwop's solar bulbs provide clean and affordable light. (view small | med | large | orig)

Jean-Jean charges a phone in his brightly lit home

Jean-Jean charges a phone in his brightly lit home
Photo from Progress Report 'Matching Day TODAY! Please help Jean-Jean's neighbors get access to a solar-powered grid' (view small | med | large | orig)

Sainte-Rose uses a phone charged by EKo Pwop power

Sainte-Rose uses a phone charged by EKo Pwop power
Photo from Progress Report 'Matching Day TODAY! Please help Jean-Jean's neighbors get access to a solar-powered grid' (view small | med | large | orig)

Marie-Fiance is a future EKo Pwop customer

Marie-Fiance is a future EKo Pwop customer
Photo from Progress Report 'Matching Day TODAY! Please help Jean-Jean's neighbors get access to a solar-powered grid' (view small | med | large | orig)

These homes will soon have solar electricity 24/7!

These homes will soon have solar electricity 24/7!
Photo from Progress Report 'Matching Day TODAY! Please help Jean-Jean's neighbors get access to a solar-powered grid' (view small | med | large | orig)
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Project Leader

Allison Archambault

Washington, DC United States

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