Lifeline Energy has wind-up and solar-powered radios and wind-up flashlights for distribution. When you’ve lost everything, the importance of reliable information and light can be critical to survival
The devastating floods that hit Pakistan – the nation’s worst ever natural disaster - have affected an estimated 20 million people, leaving an unknown number of people dead. By donating a Lifeline radio or a NOOR flashlight, you can help provide displaced populations with on-going access to vital information and a light source.
Lifeline Energy has wind-up and solar-powered radios and a rugged wind-up, bright LED flashlight with a siren, cell phone charging port and a FM radio, for immediate distribution. The radios were designed to operate in harsh conditions and climates.
The radios could help inform millions of displaced people – including 3.5 million children - about the risks of disease, how to prevent sickness and where to obtain assistance. The light will provide assistance in walking, eating, and security.