The Bright Light for Rural Children in Uganda project will bring light to 250 children and their families living in rural Pakwach. Providing solar lanterns to 250 homes means that at least 2000 people will have access to safe light after dark.
Over a billion people around the world live without access to electricity. It's a topic that's not often discussed because most of us take electricity for granted. For children living in the remote villages where we work, this is their everyday reality. Not having access to light means that once the sun goes down, they are no longer able to read, do schoolwork or safely walk.
This LWB project will provide lasting, waterproof, solar lights to 250 children and their families who have no electricity. These solar lanterns are easy to operate, can be turned off when not in use, and will provide safe lighting to a minimum of 2000 people living in rural Pakwach, Uganda for years to come.
Providing light to 250 homes means many children and families will have safe lighting at night. It will help to improve education outcomes for students, as they can read and study at night. It also provides safer conditions for walking in and around the home after dark.
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