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Help Nokero Help the Philippines After Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda

Your contribution of one N200 light can provide the comfort of safety and light to families that are currently taking refuge in temporary shelters in the dark. One Nokero light bulb can provide 1,000 hours of light over the next 6 months for a Filipino family while their community undergoes restoration.

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Click here to buy your N222 now and help a family when we send an N200.


Nokero offers a discount for N200 solar light bulbs to be sent to the Philippines. Click here to visit our store to purchase solar light bulbs and Nokero will send them to victims of Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda.


$336 will pay for a case of 48 N200 solar light bulbs, which can provide light for a community while it rebuilds homes and businesses after the Typhoon. One case can help 192 people who are trapped in the darkness left behind after the Typhoon devastation. Visit our store to purchase a case of N200 light bulbs today.



Nokero is working with Habitat for Humanity PhilippinesOne Heart for Hope Foundation, and Feed the Hungry to distribute solar light bulbs throughout affected areas of the Philippines.

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Contact us today for more information about the Nokero Solar Relief Campaign:


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CNN Tech, by Jim Spellman
Aug. 15, 2011 - It started with such a simple concept: A solar light bulb that charges up during the day and lights the night when the sun sets... View Story on
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Aug. 15, 2011 - Washington Post Innovations: "Solar light bulb sheds light on social entrepreneurship model" By Emi Kolawole Read Article
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November 9, 2012 - But there is a new light at the end of the tunnel. Through a partnership with Nokero, a Denver-based company whose name is short for "No Kerosene," ChildFund has launched the "Light to Learn" initiative.  Read the Article