Little Sun finds its way to Malawi

24-year-old Tilla D Katenga is passionate about making a positive difference in our world. Recently, he took it upon himself to bring Little Sun lamps to his home village in Malawi and he shared his story with us.   I’m a 24-year-old Namibian born student and banker with Malawian and South African roots. I read the November […]

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On the Road in Tanzania

The Rough Road to Matipwili Part 1 Mason Huffine is Little Sun’s laugh-a-minute business and sales manager for Africa and he’s just returned to Berlin from another solar light-bringing adventure in Tanzania, a country close to his heart after living there for four years. He wanted to share with us his stories and pictures from […]

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Little Sun, big love

Melody Sarudzayi Joachim, one of Little Sun’s oldest friends and Chairperson of Alight Zimbabwe (Little Sun’s partner and distributor in Zimbabwe, comprised of a group of Zimbabweans who were supported as children by PLAN International), sat down for a chat with us to tell us about her work selling Little Sun lamps to those without access […]

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Light and hope in South Sudan

The world’s newest nation, South Sudan, is a place eager for new knowledge and new hope. Olivier Laboulle brought much-needed Little Sun lamps to South Sudan’s capital Juba, and he has shared his inspiring experiences with us here. Hello Friends of Little Sun! My name is Olivier Laboulle and, after working for two years with a […]

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Little Sun in Rishikesh, India – Part Two

Karin Lerche and Nanna Birk are graduate students at Denmark’s Roskilde University who recently went to India for their fieldwork. They brought a few Little Sun solar lamps to Rishikesh, an area in northern India in the Himalayan foothills, hoping to distribute them in the area, as very few people have electricity. As part two […]

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Light Sculpts Life

There are 1.6 billion people in the world without access to electricity, and there is another billion without consistent access to power. This means that about a quarter of the world’s population does not have reliable access to energy. Little Sun is a solar-powered lantern, and although we won’t solve the world’s energy problem with […]

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