The rural village in Zambia where Derrick lives is located far away from the electric grid. But Derrick's school recently got a Light Library with solar lights.Learn more
With a solar light, everything changesThe Challenges of Darkness
What's the problem?
548 million people are having their days cut short living without electricity in sub-Saharan Africa. A small invention like a solar light can change that. Together, we can End the Darkness.The Power of Light
St Luke's hospital in Zambia used to be pitch black when the sun set. With solar lights, Sister Martha notices how the doctors and nurses can perform life saving procedures with confidence.Learn more
19 year old Mirriam from Malawi decided to become an entrepreneur and start selling solar lights. Her big dream is to help more people discover the benefits of solar.Learn more
We do charity differently
We do charity differently. Through our social enterprise SunnyMoney, we create a local market and prioritise reaching people and places who are being left behind by business as usual.Learn more
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0000 solar lights, help SolarAid reach 0000 people, save families 0000, give children 0000 hours of extra study time, decrease CO2 emissions by 0000 and allow 0000 people to live healthier lives.Donate this amount
lights distributed worldwide.
people in sub-Saharan Africa reached by clean, safe, affordable light.
tonnes of CO2 emissions averted from the atmosphere.