But at CHI projects in Rwanda and Uganda, they would like a little more!
Having 12 hours of sunshine a day lends itself to solar power lighting. This would enable the children to study and read in the evenings. They have no funds for, and often no access to, electricity, and the use of kerosene lamps (if they can afford them) is both dangerous to their health through eye and lung damage and poses the ever present risk of fire.
With YOUR help, students can be provided with solar lamps. These can be bought for approximately £10 each for a single lamp or £75 to light a home.