the power of light likonge makai mulenga


For many of us, light is just a difference between night and day. But for those in the rural communities of Africa, light can be a matter of life and death. Over 70% of Africans are not connected to electricity. Life in the dark means exposure to hazards, lower incomes, less productivity, and less educational resources available. Solar power provides the means to countless resources. From power to information, to connectivity with the rest of the world. This energy eliminates many daily struggles for people and enables them to live a more evolved and prosperous life. Light at night enables people to read or study, do chores or work, avoid dangerous animals, and is of the utmost importance when concerning birth deliveries. The struggles of people in rural communities are real, and life-threatening. The benefits of solar power are priceless.