The Challenge

The Challenge

  • One quarter of the world’s population live without grid-connected electricity.
  • The World Bank estimates that 780 million women and children are breathing toxin-laden kerosene fumes, which is the equivalent of smoking two packets of cigarettes per day.
  • Kerosene lighting costs up to one third of the household income in many developing countries.
  • Kerosene lamps are the leading cause of household fires in developing countries.
  • Kerosene emits 2.76 kilograms of carbon dioxide per litre burned.
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The Challenge

Read about the hardships faced by a significant number of people living in the modern world without the benefit of electricity.

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The Vision

Our vision is to distribute solar lights to people without electricity around the world.

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How Can I Help?

There are a number of ways you can help in the Rotary Solar Lights Project.

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Contact Us

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the ongoing Rotary Solar Lights Project.