A solar lamp equiped for the local rural people, with it comes efficiency, affordability and uniqueness in usage and distribution network. It is a clean energy source that let's the local 'mwananchi' who lives below a dollar a day to access bright clean and healthy light at Kshs. 10 a day; the initial purchase price is only Kshs. 200. What we do is charge the cells for the local person and give him/her the charged cell to use(insert in the customized lamp) _ we have technically and ideally eliminated kerosene from the equation, why?
kerosene is 'dirty', health hazard, fire-friendly and causes homesteads to burn, poor inefficient light system and is uneconomical. it is also the culprit of 100s of respiratory illnesses. It is also helps eliminate Greenhouse gas emmisions.
There are many available solar lamps in the market, why would someone get ours? It is affordable and immitates the same system they are used to in the village.