Solar Lamps for 2600 Students in Sundarbans, India

 
$41,047
$9,378
Raised
Remaining
Aug 15, 2012

More solar lamps to be given later this year!

Dear Donor,

Our project to provide poor, meritorious students with solar lamps is going well! We thank you for partnering with us.

Till now, 450 students have received individual solar lamps and more than 400 students are benefiting from the 7 sets of twin solar tube lights provided for school hostels and coaching centers. With the funds raised since then we will be providing more individual solar lamps as well as twin solar tube lights later this year.

The project has been very well received by the students, the teachers of the schools, the parents of the students and the community. The demand for the lights is ever increasing!

It is fulfilling to work with this project, which is helping to change the lives of many children and youth in the Sundarbans.

Thank you once again for your support.

Sincerely,

Diti Mookherjee

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Project Leader

Diti Mookherjee

Ms.
Kolkata, West Bengal India

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Map of Solar Lamps for 2600 Students in Sundarbans, India