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Vol 39- May 2016
Give Students Light

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Lights for Learning 2016

Light up One's Life

Liberia Project

NY Help to Honduras

Thank you Partners and Sponsors!
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Dear {First_Name},

For Silicon Valley Gives this year, donate today to help support our operating costs and our feature projects in Kenya and Liberia. 

 One Million Lights' distribution projects take a lot of logistics.  Sometimes it can take 18 months from start to finish to get lights to a community.  Our work cannot get done without the help of our donors, partners, and sponsors.  With all your help, this past quarter we were able to reach 2500 Liberian students in a country where we have never done a project in and this quarter we will reach 2500 nomads and health professionals in the Masai desert of Kenya. Thank you! 

        -From Anna Sidana and the One Million Lights Team

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Lights for Learning

For the 3rd year in a row a group of students from North Carolina State traveled to Nicaragua to distribute lights.  This year they built 30 Watt room systems and distributed 30 lanterns.   

Read their overview here.

Project Light up One's Life

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Jane Oyugi and Mark Collins travelled to Tanzania for their third One Million Lights Distribution.  They distributed 192 lanterns to students and worked on energy and water projects with their organization, Sustenerol.

Check out their photos here.   

Liberia Project

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SLP was able to deliver 500 solar lights to students in Liberia.  Our goal with this project is 6,000 lights, so please consider donating today for it.  With all the partners involved our first distribution in Liberia was smooth and successful.

Read the write up here.

NY Help to Honduras

19new lightSince 1989 New York Help has traveled to the remote Indian village of La Laguna, in the Yoro Mountains of Honduras.   This year they brought 15 solar lights with them: "For the first time this family can choose to have light in their house and not rely on the expense of candles"

Read more here

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