When night falls in the villages of Burkina Faso, a big part of life is shut down because of the darkness. Little Sun lamps are changing that.
When Night Falls
in Burkina Faso
Theo Schäfer shared with us his experiences of giving Little Sun lamps to the children of the Ukrainian children’s camp in Switzerland.
Little Suns for Hope: Chernobyl
Children’s Camp, Switzerland
‘What is solar energy?’, ‘why do we need light?’ and ‘what’s inside a Little Sun?’…all these questions answered and more by Little Sun’s Little Learners education program.
Femina Hip is a multimedia platform, a social initiative and a great friend of Little Sun, working together to reach young people across Tanzania.
Femina Hip: creating bright
futures for young Tanzanians
Little Sun partner Moxie brought the beauty of solar light to Wellington LUX, New Zealand: a light festival that turns Wellington’s waterfront and laneways into a captivating celebration of light, art, technology and design.
Wellington LUX Festival
OrigiNations e.V., an organization based in Berlin, Germany works closely with indigenous peoples and communities in Asia, Africa, and Latin America to preserve their cultural hertiage and protect the surrounding natural environment.
Little Sun in the heart
of the Congo Basin
Little Sun reaches the children of Wonchie, a town 155km west of Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
Little Sun shines
bright in Ethiopia
Moshi, a town at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, is a popular pit stop for many passers-by hiking to the summit. Mondo*arc Editorial Assistant Femke Gow had the opportunity to visit four families of children who attend the TAFCOM Children’s Center.
Solar love in Moshi
At 5,895 meters, Uhuru Peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, is the highest natural elevation point in all of Africa. And Little Sun has now made it all the way there!
Little Sun reaches the summit
of Mount Kilimanjaro
Located in the South Pacific, Tongoa Island, one of Vanuatu’s smallest islands was also the hardest hit by Tropical Cyclone Pam in March, 2015. Thanks to the hard work of Francesca von Habsburg and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21) team, Little Sun lamps were distributed to schools damaged or destroyed by the cyclone.
Little Sun reaches Tongoa
24-year-old Tilla D Katenga took it upon himself to bring Little Sun lamps to his home village in Malawi. This is his story.
Little Sun finds
its way to Malawi
A two-part story from our Africa business sales manager, Mason, on his adventures on the road in Tanzania.
On the Road in Tanzania
Mason Huffine is Little Sun’s laugh-a-minute business and sales manager for Africa and, a few weeks ago, returned to Berlin from another solar light-bringing adventure in Tanzania, a country close to his heart after living there for four years.
On the road in Tanzania
A conversation with Melody Sarudzayi Joachim, one of Little Sun’s oldest friends and Chairperson of Alight Zimbabwe about her work selling Little Sun lamps to those without access to electricity.