Solar Lights Change Lives
Let There Be Light International has helped more than ONE MILLION people in off-grid Africa gain access to solar energy in their homes and health clinics.
A lack of light impacts safety, health, development, education, and economic outcomes. Therefore, Let There Be Light International is committed to combatting Climate Change and Global Poverty by facilitating renewable energy access in sub-Saharan Africa. Join us today to fight Climate Change and Global Poverty.
Solar lights donated to vulnerable off-grid households
People benefiting from access to solar health centers and/or solar at home
Tons of CO2 averted from entering the atmosphere after replacing kerosene with solar
Access to energy
Currently, 600 million people in Africa live without access to electricity. When the sun goes down, businesses close, streets grow dark, and homes are lit with dirty, dangerous, and expensive kerosene lamps, which are responsible for high rates of childhood burns, respiratory infections, poisonings, and house fires. Let There Be Light International wants to change that.
Watch how solar lights change lives
Safe, renewable, solar lights
Solar offers a safe, affordable way to light un-electrified homes, health clinics, and micro businesses.
More distributed solar means less dirty, dangerous, and expensive kerosene in off-grid homes. This equates to improved health, safety, and wellbeing, which enhances economic stability and reduces carbon emissions.
We all need light to live productive, healthy lives
Imagine giving birth by the light of a candle
Safe light prevents house fires and accidental poisonings
Children with asthma suffer when exposed to airborne particulate matter.
Kerosene and candles emit dark, noxious smoke, adding to infection and disease in off-grid homes
Kerosene is a leading cause of childhood burns and poisonings
Your donation helps bring light to communities in need. Donate today and help LTBLI further the global Sustainable Development Goal – making the world a brighter place for us all.
Families living in energy poverty spend up to 24% of income on dirty & dangerous kerosene lights
Solar recipients report increasing spending on basic needs and school fees
Access to safe, renewable lights help vulnerable families to increase hours of productivity
The time is now! We have the technology to replace dirty and dangerous fuels with safe, clean solar!
Airborne pollutants affect us all – let’s spread solar and make the world cleaner and brighter for us all!
LTBLI’s Shine On Students Campaign for Climate Action is a great way to take action now!