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Families like the Mukamusonis often had to choose between buying kerosene for lighting or buying food

Providing safe, clean solar lighting for orphans and their caregivers in Kisoro, the poorest district of Uganda.

Nazava water filters are providing safe, clean drinking water to students at schools in Ban village

Making clean drinking water available to students and families in remote mountain hamlets of East Bali, with simple water filter technology.

The S300 solar light has mobile phone charge capability so will restore communication channels where the electricity supply is still damaged

Help bring light and hope to typhoon survivors in the Western and Eastern Visayas by sending d.light solar lanterns, which can also charge mobile phones (phase: five).

AMDA distributed S300 d.light solar lights door to door and from assembly points in Samar, Cebu and Negros Island

Help bring light and hope to typhoon survivors in the Western and Eastern Visayas by sending d.light solar lanterns, which can also charge mobile phones (phase: four).

264 d.light solar lights were distributed by our local partner, the Rotary Club of Bacolod North in Negros and Bantayan Islands

Help connect solar lights with mobile charge capabilities to typhoon survivors in the Western Visayas, bringing sustainable lighting and a communications channel back to the typhoon-devastated area.

264 solar lights were distributed by Kopernik's local partner, the Rotary Club of Bacolod North

Help connect solar lights with mobile charge capabilities to typhoon survivors in the Western Visayas region, bringing sustainable lighting and a communications channel back to the typhoon-devastated area.

Sawyer water filters were distributed by the Rotary Club of Bacolod North in the outskirts of Cadiz City

Help connect water filters with typhoon survivors around Cadiz City and Bantayan Island, providing a sustainable source of safe drinking water in the typhoon-devastated area.

In rural West Bengal, more than 90 percent of families rely on mud stoves for cooking

Helping Indian women move from smoky, fuel-hungry mud stoves to smoke-free, fuel-efficient clean cookstoves.

In many schools in Indonesia, students do not have access to safe drinking water

Making safe drinking water available to children at schools across Indonesia: a special project funded by Japan Airlines Mileage Bank members.

Families were able to pay for the technologies in instalments, making them affordable for low income families

Making simple technology available to families in the post-conflict area of Poso by supporting women to sell water filters, solar lights and clean cookstoves in their communities.