Bringing daylight into homes using easily accessible materials

About 40% of the world's population use solid fuels for cooking and lighting, putting individuals and families at risk of fire and respiratory diseases. A major concern in developing countries is the reduction of the use of solid fuels and kerosene after dark. However, many people living in make-shift homes or slums do not even have access to the sun during day-time hours as the [...]

Bringing daylight into homes using easily accessible materials2017-02-22T16:08:30-04:00

Donating money for equitable lighting

As much as you might want to make a difference in the world, it is not always feasible to take time off from your life and job, book a flight and work directly in the field to improve the lives of others. One way that you can make a difference is by donating money to a cause that you believe in. About [...]

Donating money for equitable lighting2017-02-22T16:08:30-04:00

Support for social entrepreneurs through the Development Marketplace

From the Development Marketplace website, "The Development Marketplace (DM) is a competitive grant program that identifies and funds innovative, early stage development projects that are scalable and/or replicable, while also having high potential for development impact. The grant beneficiaries are social entrepreneurs with projects that aim to create jobs and/or deliver a range of social and public services to low income groups. [...]

Support for social entrepreneurs through the Development Marketplace2017-02-22T16:08:30-04:00