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…