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Keep it clean – catalysing the solar market in Malawi

Gill Davies is researching the growth of developing renewable markets in Malawi. Lucky for us, Gill is working with our team in Mzuzu and keeping a blog of her findings. Read on… “I’m a second year PhD student at the Centre of African Studies, based in the University of Edinburgh. After a first year of research […]

A dream starting to come true: John visits Bomet District

SunnyMoney Managing Director and solar blogger, John Keane, paid a visit to Bomet district, Kenya, on Wednesday. Armed with his new cartoon smart phone app (don’t ask!), John joined the team to see how the Student Lights Campaign is progressing: “Yesterday I joined the SunnyMoney Kenya team in Bomet District to see how they were getting on […]

Cycling the Earth with a fractured back…

Have you met Sean Conway yet? No… well I’d like to tell you a little about him then: Sean is cycling 19,000 miles of the planet’s surface so he can raise £100,000 to help us banish kerosene lamps from Africa. Plus, he wants to break the current world record and return to London in time for the […]

Hult Global Case Challenge: The Final

Our CEO, Steve Andrews, is in New York helping judge at the finals of the Hult Global Case Challenge. The HGCC challenges students from universities around the world to come up with sustainable business models and strategies to help tackle some of the world’s greatest social problems. Our social enterprise, SunnyMoney, is one of three organisations that will […]

Thank you for a brilliant BBC Radio 4 Appeal

  It’s official, our BBC Radio 4 Appeal is the most successful of any charity for the whole of 2012! Whether donating, listening or sharing we’d like to thank you for your efforts. Luckily, best selling author and appeal presenter, Ian McEwan, agrees (see above). If you missed his brilliant broadcast then listen againhere.  So, […]