Our solar project in Cameroon needs a funding push to get enough funding to teach Circuits and Solar.
Our other similar projects show that once a class graduates they have the skills to understand, maintain and repair solar power systems. Solar is less expensive than kerosene lamps so the people who purchase solar power save money. We had one family tell us that they saved about 25% of their disposable income just because they chose to buy a solar light.
The solar light you see attached to this email is a very simple light that also can charge a cell phone. It is brighter than a kerosene lamp and it does not create toxic fumes.
We are working on a website devoted to this project which I hope will take this Global Giving campaign to the next level.
Solar lighting businesses are sustainable ventures that provide jobs and create conditions that lead to better health and better education.
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