This International Women’s Day, we want to celebrate the incredible women who are breaking down barriers and changing the world – one solar light at the time.
Energy poverty disproportionately affects women and girls across sub-Saharan Africa from adverse health effects to loss of schooling and income.
However, it has also been shown that women are key change-makers in bringing clean energy to rural communities.
To achieve gender equality, energy access is vital. With a solar light, women can earn, girls can learn and communities thrive.