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Mums-to-be in Rajasthan, India, now have access to clean birth kits
Aug 2016 to Jan 2017

We collaborated with our local partner, Gravis, to connect sterile clean birth kits with traditional birth attendants in rural Rajasthan, India.

The solar lights will help children and women of survivors of domestic violence. Photo credit: soroptimistinternational.org
Aug 2015 to Dec 2015

We distributed 146 d.light S20 and 160 d.light S300 solar light to the women and children of domestic violence survivors living in Uma Mahon Salele shelter house. They also distributed it to widowers, elders, and parishes located in the mountainous area of Suai, Timor-Leste. Technology users...

Solar lights will allow children in Galinggang village to breathe easier and reduce the risk of kerosene burns
Nov 2014 to Dec 2016

Families say that the solar light has helped them to conduct activities at night as their village has not been electrified.

We worked with our local partner, Essmart, to connect Ampere Angel electric bicycles with farmers and shopkeepers in remote areas of Tamil Nadu, India.
Sep 2015 to Jan 2017

Users say that the bike has helped them to save money and save time. Since using the e-bike they no longer have to purchase fuel and waste time waiting for the bus.

Mar 2017 to Dec 2017

We worked with our local partner, Empower Generation, who identified local women in Chitwan, Nepal to become clean energy entrepreneurs.

Families who live in very remote areas of Wamena, Papua, have no access to electricity.
Jan 2016 to Nov 2016

In phase two, we distributed an additional 144 d.light S300 solar light to families in 21 remote districts, giving access to clean, safe light at night with the help of our local partner, Yasumat.

Some mothers in rural areas of Bangladesh give birth at home alone as medical care is very limited, especially in monsoon season
Mar 2016 to Oct 2016

Our local partner, HOPE Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh connected clean birth kits with mums-to-be in Ramu, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

A tech fair held by CRDT in Kratie
Jul 2015 to Oct 2016

We worked with our local partner, the Cambodian Rural Development Team, to connect Super Tunsai water filters, d.light S300 solar lights and Prime Square Fuelwood Cookstoves with people in Kratie Province.

A further 2000 JANMA Clean Birth Kits were distributed to nurses trained by our local partner in the field, CleanBirth.org. Photo credit: CleanBirth.org
Jan 2016 to Oct 2016

A further 2000 JANMA Clean Birth Kits were distributed to nurses trained by our local partner in the field, CleanBirth.org.

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