A conversation about climate change, design, entrepreneurship and the impact of Little Sun on Ethiopian and global communities.
Little Sun in Conversation:
Olafur and Nabil
Hear from the students and teachers of the Kamonyi district about their experience with the Little Sun lamps.
One Year with Little
Sun in Rwanda
Our distributor in Burkina Faso was selected to be part of a results-based financing project to successfully continue recruiting local sales agents and spread clean and affordable light!
How sunshine harvests
jobs in Burkina Faso
In 2018, we were excited to announce our partnership with IKEA, with the objective to inspire and explore new ways of harnessing the power of the sun through intelligent design whilst raising awareness for the global need for energy access for all.
SAMMANLÄNKAD: IKEA and Little
Sun reveal first solar prototypes for a sustainable lifestyle
Last month, Rwandan NGO Hand in Hand for Development distributed Little Sun lamps to 144 school children living with albinism, economic difficulties and no access to electricity.
How solar power helps children
with albinism to thrive
Little Sun and WWF celebrating Earth Hour 2019 at Brandenburger Gate in Berlin.
Earth Hour 2019: Little Sun
illuminates Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate
Little Sun Foundation equipped all students in Kamonyi with solar lights.
20 million additional study
hours for students in Rwanda
Rwanda is a global leader in effectively integrating climate resilience and gender equality strategies
What can we learn from Rwanda’s
Little Sun partners with D-tree International to fuse digital health care and solar energy.
How Does Solar Power Save
Lives? Bringing together digital health care and solar energy in Zanzibar
This year, at Pathway to Paris in San Francisco, the lamps used for the performance will be donated to communities living in high-altitude, remote areas of Nepal, who don’t have access to electricity.
Special Edition: Little Sun
Black Diamond – a solar lamp with double the impact
Burkina Faso has an incredible solar potential: With approximately 3000-3500 hours of sunshine per year, the sun is the perfect source for sustainable and affordable energy in the country.
#SpotlightOn Burkina Faso
– Spreading solar in “the land of honest people”
Inclusive economic growth is not only about emerging economies but also about committing that the most vulnerable people are reached.