Solar energy drives education, entrepreneurship, health and creativity
We began our work in Sub-Saharan Africa, where over 600 million people don’t have electricity, by providing our solar lights and chargers at locally affordable prices.
Together with our partners and your support, our work has expanded to further education, health, food security, economic development and citizen engagement on climate change. We also work with cultural institutions and artists to bring solar into people’s everyday lives, globally.
Below you will find information on our program areas.
In addition to our health, education, livelihood, and citizen engagement initiatives, Little Sun works with international organizations and the UN to deliver solar lights and chargers to refugees and internally displaced people, and in disaster relief efforts.