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This Monday, we are showcasing images from the past 4 years of Nokero lights making a difference in peoples’ lives. Every week we present a new story of how solar can bring safety and security to different lives, but this week we are letting the pictures below tell the story.

 

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Yadav is an Indian tea vendor who uses solar lights to eliminate the heat, noise and high costs of kerosene. The solar bulbs have changed his life and increased his profit because customers now have a better experience.

This grandmother, living with her grandson, try to make ends meet, by sewing and selling peanuts. She can now do sewing even when the sun goes down.

This grandmother lives with her grandson and tries to make ends meet by sewing and selling peanuts. She can now do sewing even when the sun goes down thanks to her Nokero N200 solar light.

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Students in Pure, South Sudan improve their study time by 45% thanks to Nokero lights donated by the Pure Joy Foundation.

Kenyans from the Fairmount Mara Safari Club use N200 lights to see their way at night and continue herding cattle.

Kenyans from the Fairmount Mara Safari Club use N200 lights to see their way at night and continue herding cattle.

Thank you Typhoon Donors

One Heart for Hope donated N200 solar light bulbs to remote areas of the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda and locals expressed their gratitude

 

 

"Our last year two candidates passed their examinations with the lights given to our school. Our children were complaining of dirty kerosene lamps... but we were luckiest in the slum to have Nokero lights."

“Our last year two candidates passed their examinations with the lights given to our school. Our children were complaining of dirty kerosene lamps… but we were luckiest in the slum to have Nokero lights.”