The solar lamp distributed by ECCA in ward 13, Rapti Municipality, Chitwan district, Nepal is being used by children for their regular studies, which has helped to improve their studies.
Previously, the children had to study using kerosene lamp (as there is no electricity supply in the village from the national electricity grid), which affected their eyes as well as respiratory health (since kerosene lamp emitted black smoke).
As it was difficult for the children to study in the kerosene lamp light, previously, many children did not study at all in the evening, and subsequently, their education quality was low. Now, after the distribution of the solar lamp, education of children has improved.
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