Project information

Portable solar panel and light

Bringing light so children can learn

As long as money is donated

Charity information: Mityana Charity

Mityana Charity logo
  • Need

    Need

    So the children have light to do their homework at night as it gets dark at 7pm. Also their health and safety will improve as they won't have fumes from the paraffin lamps and candles.

    Solution

    Sunlight is free and a great resource for the children to do their homework and have better health.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To provide as many homes as possible with a solar light

    Activities

    » Advertise the product to people

    Success will be...when enough money is collected for at least 200 families


  • Impact

    Impact

    Families will have safer lighting in their homes which costs them nothing.
    There are mobile phone connectors which can be bought to charge their phones for communication.
    Less homes catching fire and children passing their exams.

    Risk

    The solar panels could be stolen if left outside unattended. People will be told of this problem

    Reporting

    Through newsletters

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £3,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £150 10 panels 10 panels and lights
      £1,350 90 panels 90 panels and lights
      £1,500 100 panels 100 panels and lights

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    personal £15 Guaranteed
    personal £15 Guaranteed
    personal £15 Guaranteed
    personal £150 Guaranteed
  • Background

    Location

    Mityana, Uganda

    Beneficiaries

    We have just set up three of our sponsored graduates in Uganda to market these solar powered products and all sales that we make in the UK will be channelled through them. So if you buy one, you are not only helping someone in Uganda to have a better life, but also help the graduates to kick start their businesses.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We are always finding ways of developing and helping the people in Mityana and surrounding areas to improve their lives.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.

    People

    Peter Balukaake

    He has been trained and is also starting to sell the solar panels as a business.

    Herbert Mugerwa

    He has been trained and is also starting to sell the solar panels as a business.

    Henry Musabe

    He has been trained and is also starting to sell the solar panels as a business.

Doing homework when dark

Doing homework when dark

£13

One portabe; solar panel and light