GIVE THEM LIGHT – Asia
The ‘Give Them Light’ project is a photographic journey about creating social awareness into the lives of children and villagers living without basic needs and in poverty. Kiran Kreer (iMKIRAN) backpacks around Asia and uses images to create awareness about poverty, humanity & social issues. Also to create a connection between societies using arts & photography.
Via the project you can also purchase and donate Nokero Solar Lights which is send to those living without electricity, we wish to give them something that could help lighten their burden of families living with no electricity. “Something simple, like a light, can put a smile on a child’s face” – Kiran Kreer
Official Project page – www.imkiran.com/GiveThemLight.html
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. Most importantly it’s clean energy for mother’s to feed their babies, for children to read, fisherman boats and also works as torchlights.
No more harmful kerosene lamps and fuel.
Watch our short video on how we light up a village – This Is How We Did It
Support the Nokero Solar Lights project
The LIFETIME Project now for 10,000 solar lights. To send solar lights to 5000 families living with no electricity around the world (mainly Asia). I plan to backpack and photograph villages and tribes in Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, India, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and more.
Each Nokero Solar Light cost $15.00 (RM48.00), you can go to this link to add it into the cart and buy via the online gateways, or you can see the Maybank account details at the bottom of this page too.
To Purchase a Nokero Solar Light for a family – www.imkiran.com/GiveThemLight.html
To Purchase via PayPal Visa/Mastercard Checkout
To find that connection to yourself and the universe is magical. But it will take you to the edge to see what it’s all about. Life then appears like you are seeing it for the very first time.” – Kiran Kreer