|The ‘Give Them Light’ project is about creating awareness into the lives of minorities and those living without basic needs which every human deserves (Home, Food, Water, Light). Let’s shed some light on to them so it will help create the connection between our societies and at the same time lighten the burden of those living in the dark by donating this solar lights.
Total Donated: 190 lights - Panay, Philippines - March 2014
Next donation: 240 lights - Location: Olotayan & Dumarao, Philippines - July/August 2014
Needed : 380 lights - Location: Baliguian island, Philippines -August 2014
The survivors of Typhoon Haiyan - Panay Island, Philippines.
Panay Island is located 500km away from Manila. It was the last island which the super typhoon destroyed after Tacloban on 8th November 2013. Although it has been months since typhoon Haiyan hit Panay Island, thousands still live in the dark. Many are living without proper homes, sanitary, medical care, clean water and electricity. Village Olotayan and the Ati Tribe in Mount Tag-ao have about 230 families living.
The Miracle Children of Baliguian Island, Panay, Philippines
"When the super typhoon came in Nov 2013, it destroyed all 190 houses here, it is a miracle the families survived, when I walked around this island on July 14th, it's unbelievable how these children still live with leaking homes when it rains, no clean water and mostly in the dark."
The Red Dao & Hmong People of Ta Phin village, Sapa, Vietnam
Red Dao people mainly live in Cao Bang, Lang Son, Tuyen Quang, Ha Giang and Lao Cai. Nowadays, Ta Phin village has more than 700 Red Dao people.
Living in the mountains, they use small turbines to power their homes with min or no light source during the dry seasons, always having a fire going indoors for warmth and light. We wish to help 200 homes here with providing 600 Solar Lights and help the children of Ta Phin village here in Sapa.
The Children of Vinh Son 4 Orphanage, Kon Tum, Vietnam
Vinh Son Montagnard Orphanage, established in 2001, then received their non-profit status July 26, 2005. Currently housing about 175 children from the Central Highland poor villages.
There is still so much these kids need and deserve like comfy beds, good educational books, educational toys, solar lights to read, teachers/volunteers, healthy food, slippers, clean clothes and solar lights for reading. iMKIRAN wish to donate 200 Solar Lights for reading to these orphanage with support from friends at Viet Dreams.
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
YOU ------> PURCHASE ------> WE DONATE 'Nokero Solar Light' --------> FAMILIES LIVING IN POVERTY
This chain reaction can only happen with 'YOU'. The donation of the Nokero Solar lights will be done with the help of Local Societies, NGOs or Foundations. Read more and Share their stories at the above links and sites.
About Nokero (N200) Solar Powered Lights
The Nokero Crestone is the most economical solar light on the market, striking a perfect balance between quality and affordability. The Crestone is ideal for indoor and outdoor lighting, including cooking, reading, camping and emergency lighting.
Official Nokero Website - www.nokero.com
To purchase you can either click on the SHOP NOW button and make payment via online. For bank transfers please see the bank account details at GIVE THEM LIGHT - MALAYAN BANKING BERHAD (MAYBANK)
Note: Item price includes cost of custom fees, shipping fees, website fees and operation cost for this project.
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iMKIRAN Nation (002193202-H)
Kuala Lumpur, 59200 Malaysia