Now when visitors go on an African safari, they are able to donate solar-powered lamps to African school children, without having to pack the lamps in their luggage. Learn how at www.SafariSamaritan.com
Families in rural Africa often rely on kerosene lamps at night, which emit dangerous fumes. To a child who lives in a home without electricity, the greatest gift a visitor can bring is a solar-powered lamp.
Solar-powered lamps improve the daily lives of children and adults in rural communities in Africa by providing clean and healthy lighting. This is accomplished by replacing dangerous and polluting kerosene lamps with lamps powered by the sun.
These solar lights enable children to study at night and adults to extend their workday, all the while eliminating carbon emissions, improving household health, and increasing a family`s standard of living.
Joel Prostick, Safari Samaritan, email@example.com , 703 759 5210, 10320 Shesue Street, Great Falls, Virginia 22066 USA