Let’s celebrate World Humanitarian Day together and also talk about how you can get involved to make a difference.
Since 2015, world-renowned artist Ai Wei Wei has brought light and empowerment to refugees on the Greek islands of Lesbos and Idomeni by distributing 2,000 Little Sun lamps
Ai Wei Wei brings Little
Sun lamps to refugees in Greece
Located in South Africa’s Drakensberg Mountains, the eco-friendly Three Tree Hill Lodge offers a beautiful environment with a strong commitment to sustainability and Fair Trade Tourism (FTT).
South Africa’s Three Tree
Hill Lodge shines a Little Sun
Girls and women all over the world are disporportionately affected by poverty. Lumwana, a mining town located in the Solwezi District, North-Western Province of Zambia, is no exception. Women remain marginalized with limited formal and informal power. Investing in women is crucial for long term economic and community development.
Little Sun empowers
women in Zambia
At Icewatch, Paris, we formed a solar light chain around melting icebergs – symbolising how small solutions can really make a big impact on climate change.
Icewatch and COP21 Paris:
we can all be part of the climate solution
Partnering with Oxfam GB in the Nyal Islands, South Sudan, Little Sun distributed 3725 solar lamps to Internally Displaced Women.
Dignity and Light for Internally
Displaced People (IDPs) in South Sudan
Thanks to the generosity of a lovely private donor, the children of HELO, an orphanage in Haiti, recently had some very big smiles brought to their faces by receiving 110 Little Sun lamps.
Last year, Susie Lachal, Executive Director of the Australian NGO Teachers Across Borders, took it upon herself to distribute ten Little Sun lamps in Cambodia.
Reaching Beyond Borders
Imagine being a child living on the street with no shelter and no light. This is the story of how Patrizia De Chiara, a freelance communications consultant, brought Little Sun light to the homeless children of Buddha’s Smile School , Varanasi, India.
A Very Good Reason
Little Changes video competition invited people from all over the world to produce creative videos with a fresh, new perspective on how we consume the earth’s precious resources.
Little Sun’s exhibition showing solar-inspired work created by the students of the Kinder Künste Zentrum.
“Sun + Energy + Art”:
our Little Learners Exhibition
Working with mgrastudio and Upaya’s Nomads Clinic, Little Sun lamps bring emergency relief to people who are suffering greatly after earthquakes hit Nepal.
Emergency Relief Solar
Lights for Nepal
Some of our most generous and dedicated supporters, Roshi Joan Halifax, writer Rebecca Solnit and the Nepal Nomads team made a pilgrimage to one of the most remote regions on earth to share Little Sun light and healing.