Talking about sustainability with children? Introduce a solar buddy!

In a world facing complex environmental and social challenges, a big part of the responsibility to shape our planet’s future falls into the hands of today’s youngest generation. What to do about this? In order to create a better future for our children, strengthen sustainable development and combat…

Little Sun in Conversation: Olafur and Nabil

Last month, our long term Ethiopian partner, Nabil Ishak, visited our Berlin office for the first time! Nabil is the managing director of Solar Development PLC. Based in Addis Ababa, the company’s mission is to bring clean energy to at least 80% of people living off the grid…

How sunshine harvests jobs in Burkina Faso

Great news: Our distributor in Burkina Faso BETA Sarl was selected to be part of a results-based financing project to successfully continue recruiting local sales agents and spread clean and affordable light! 

Give light to communities in urgent need of clean energy

Are you based in the Europe? Click here. Access to energy unlocks opportunities for better education, safety, health and a bright future for all. Every donation to Little Sun helps us deliver solar light to students, health workers, refugees and remote communities. Find out more about our mission….

20 million additional study hours for students in Rwanda

Milestone reached: All school children in off-grid areas of Kamonyi district are now equipped with solar.   „Many schools in the Kamonyi District, Rwanda, have no access to electricity. We started by giving 5 schools of Kamonyi solar powered study tools. In the next years we are going…

What can we learn from Rwanda’s sustainable growth?

Rwanda is a country known for its beautiful, curving green horizons, vividly manifesting the land’s title: The Country of a Thousand Hills. But did you know, that Rwanda is also a global leader in effectively integrating climate resilience and gender equality strategies?

Youth is demanding climate justice

Little Sun joins Fridays For Future demonstration in Berlin. Youth worldwide is leaving schools on Fridays to push governments to act against climate change. #FridaysForFuture is a weekly demonstration happening in over 270 locations all over the world, inspired by 15-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg. She’s been protesting…