Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation original article By Jonas Reyes Published: May 17, 2013 OLONGAPO CITY – In a collaborated effort, Energizer Philippines and One Million Lights (OML) Philippines recently distributed 300 solar-powered LED flashlights to the indigenous communities of Zambales. According to Energizer Philippines brand manager Joan Mendoza, “When we began this project with OML, [Read more...]
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela May 2013 – James Olivas of Belmont, California, a junior at Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, CA, is passionate about education. He has been inspired by the work of non-profit organizations furthering educational opportunities of students around the [Read more...]
101 lights to the girls of Kakenya Center for Exellence school October 2012 The first primary girls’ school in the region, the Kakenya Center for Excellence opened its doors in 2009 and targeted the most underprivileged girls from the Masai tribal community. Like many communities around the world, woman and girls were marginalized by cultural [Read more...]
An international team of students delivers 236 lights to Cambodia and Ghana October 2012 This summer, Challenge Your World, an international platform for university students, partnered with One Million Lights to bring light up households in Cambodia and Ghana. The international team of ambassadors held fundraisers all around the globe. They coordinated bake sales in Canada and [Read more...]
Challenge Your World, an international group of university students from countries all around the world, is dedicated to lighting up households in both Cambodia and Ghana this July & August 2012. Read more about this project.
Evie is a senior at Alameda Community Learning Center and is passionate about helping those who are in need of basic fundamentals such as light. Evie’s goal is to raise funds for 50 solar lights for use in a medical clinic and an orphanage, to be distributed at the end of this year in Haiti. Read more about this project.