The ‘Give Them Light’ project is a photographic journey about creating awareness into the lives of children living without basic needs and in poverty. Kiran Kreer (iMKIRAN) travels Asia with the help of humanitarian organizations to photograph children living in poverty and social issues in this areas. Let’s shed some light on to them so it will help create a connection between our societies using arts & photography.

And with the Nokero Solar Lights, we wish to give them something that could help lighten their burden of families living in the dark. “Something simple, like a light, can put a smile on a child’s face” – Kiran Kreer

Why Solar Light? Simple, it’s not just an item to be donated to help add some light in homes, it’s a gift of hope, it’s to pass on a message that people around the world still care and see them as part of the human society. It’s clean energy for mother’s to feed their babies, children will read, and families will get together.

No more harmful kerosene lamps and fuel.

Children living in poverty, Kon Tum, Vietnam

Share their stories today, shed some light into the lives of children and community living without basic needs. HashTag #GiveThemLight and tell us what you think.

Please donate so we can keep on doing what we do. Funds will be used for the expenses as below:

1. Travel expenses – this is vital as I have to travel places to visit and photograph the children in villages. Cost of flight tickets, boats, motorbike rental, hostels, home stays and daily transports. (Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar)

2. Street Art  – printing material,pasting, glue and posters cost money. We paste 10ft – 20ft posters on walls in the closest towns. Poster are from those children living in poverty and minorities, using art to create a connection with society.


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The Solar Lights project

Help Us Put a Smile on a Child’s Face!

The LIFETIME Project now for 10,080 solar lights. To raise funds and donate solar lights to 5000 families living with no electricity around the world (mainly Asia). I plan to visit villages and tribes in Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, India, Laos, Cambodia and more.

Each Nokero Solar Light cost $15.00 (RM48.00), you can go to this link to add it into the cart and pay via the online gateways, or you can see the Maybank account details at the bottom of this page too.

To Donate a Nokero Solar Light – www.imkiran.com/GiveThemLight.html

Why 10,080 lights? To have a realistic goal, each Nokero solar light box comes in 48 lights. With 210 boxes it will be 10,080 lights and for about 5040 families (2 lights per family). It might be 50,000 lights next, only with your support.

LATEST UPDATES – Where the Solar Lights are needed today?

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 and mostly in the dark.” We need 380 solar lights here for September 2014.

Full story – http://www.imkiran.com/miracle-children-of-baliguian-island/


To READ MORE & DONATE to the ‘Give Them Light’ project via ONLINE – www.imkiran.com/GiveThemLight.html

IMG_1822 Give Them Light Pack – Donate 1 pcs Nokero Solar Light. It has a rechargeable, removable AA battery. LED Current Draw: 50/150mA. Battery Capacity (max): 800 mAh IMG_1963


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Price per Nokero Solar Light: US$15.00 (RM48.00)

Bank Name: Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)

Bank Address: 66;;68;;70 Jalan Maarof, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan 59200 Kuala Lumpur

Company/Beneficiary Name : iMKIRAN Nation

Beneficiary Address: Bangsar South 59200, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Account Number : 514123632561


Please email us the payment slip  to admin@imkiran.com after the payment is made so we can record down your donation and send you a receipt – Project ‘GIVE THEM LIGHT’