Even though she carries the painful memory of her house burning, there are still days when Kesilina is still forced to burn an open flame in her house as a way to escape the darkness after the sun has set .Learn more
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578 million people across sub-Saharan Africa lack access to electricity. When the sun sets, families are forced to turn to open flames to escape the darkness. Together, we can End the Darkness.Flick the Switch
When the sun sets over Chanje village in Malawi, It becomes pitch black. John January is one of many who has been forced to burn open flames in their own home for a little bit of light.Learn more
Richard Ngoma lives with his wife Mary and their 2-year-old daughter Felicia. When speaking about the dangers of fire, Richard knows what he is talking about.Learn more
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