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The electric light bulb was invented in the 19th century, yet here we are in the 21st with over 600 million people in Africa forced to light their homes with dangerous, outdated, technologies such as candles and kerosene lamps. This is unacceptable for so many reasons. This site is all how the pico-solar revolution is changing the situation.

Tanzania Student Lights Campaign Pics

I had my phone stolen recently after accidentally leaving it in my check in luggage – which was rather annoying as I have used that phone to take a lot of pictures and videos over the years .Why announce this on a solar blog?

Well, it’s led to me buying a new phone, which in turn has led to me going through some old photos and coming across some nice ones from a rural school in Arusha region called Mti Moja (Literally means ‘One Tree’ in Swahili) which were, coincidentally, taken exactly a year ago to the day.

These are pictures of some students whose parents bought them a solar light as part of our student lights campaign work.  I think you’ll agree – they’re all so photogenic!

And if you’re wondering how rural this school is, I took the photo below from the car as we drove to the next school…

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One Response to “Tanzania Student Lights Campaign Pics”

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