The Solar Lamps project spearheaded by Light Humanity, an organization dedicated to achieving universal access to sustainable energy and, in particular, solar energy. Light Humanity is dedicated to reducing the gap of only 1 in 7 people having access to electricity on this planet. They develop quality solar solutions that serve to provide sustainable and accessible energy for both outdoor enthusiasts and for people living without access to electricity, survivors of natural disasters and refugees.
Azada Verde is an ambassador of Light Humanity and has distributed the first, solar lamps in the district of Chibabava (Sofala, Mozambique) benefiting families without access to electricity. Illumination will allow them to continue their daily life once it gets dark. In Mozambique only 24% of the country has access to electricity, with rural areas being least connected.