Uganda Projects


Uganda ProjectsYouth and Women Opportunites Uganda (YWOU) Established in 2012 by a group of volunteers, YWOU, give support to the weakest social groups, such as women, girls, children,and children with disabilities.,They collaborate and network with District local governments, District Community Developm...

“Share The Light” Partnership


"Share The Light" Partnership04/26/2017 One Million Lights and Renew TC Announce “Share the Light” partnership to provide turnkey programs to end Energy Poverty and serve people without access to clean light and energy. “One Million Lights founder, Anna Sidana, is a well-respected and passionate thought leader w...

New Video – Watch It Here


New Video - Watch It HereOne Million Lights/Energizer/[dot]GOOD: South Africa 2014 In July of 2014, One Million Lights teamed up with Energizer and [dot]GOOD to distribute 7,000 solar lights to disadvantaged communities in South Africa. View our other videos....

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See our map of lightsAs of April 2013, we've distributed 37,561 solar lights around the globe. See how your ongoing support is lighting up lives. ...


Our mission is to improve the daily lives of children and adults by providing clean and healthy lighting. We distribute safe, rechargeable solar lights around the world, replacing dangerous and polluting kerosene lamps.

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