IMG_3557The ‘Give Them Light’ project was started by nomadic photojournalist Kiran Kreer to deliver solar-powered lights to vulnerable families and children living without electricity. On April 25, 2015 there was a devastating, magnitude 7.9 earthquake in Nepal with its epicenter 43 miles northwest of Kathmandu. This earthquake (also known as the Gorkha earthquake) killed more than 8,800 people and injured over 23,000.

We have found many areas in Kathmandu, Kavre & Sindhupalchowk district that are in urgent need of solar lights, children here are living with no electricity even before the earthquake. Their homes are badly damaged and effected by the earthquake today.

Our goal is to help 500 children first, a light for their education. These are mountain villages with difficult road access, we have the support from local Nepali volunteer groups, trekking guides and volunteers to help with the distribution of the lights.

Each child will receive 1 Nokero solar light for reading (shared in a family) and 1 which lights up a house for 6-7 hours. This lights will be mainly for children to read and family to use. Please purchase US$14 for a single light for a child, US$28 to light up a home or donate any amount for us to reach our goal. This includes cost of light, shipping, custom taxes and logistics to get the lights into different villages.

We are always looking for likeminded people to get this projects going and getting more lights for children to read. Photographic material and publications will be shared with all partners for awareness.

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Why donate solar lights? Simple, it’s not just an item to be donated to help light up homes, it’s a gift of hope, it’s to pass on a message that people around the world still care and it’s a ‘door opener’ for others to notice them to get more help into this areas.

Most importantly it’s clean green energy for children to read, mother’s to feed their babies, for women to protect themselves, shelter lights, walking lights and also works as an emergency light.


About The Light – Nokero N202 Light Bulb.

The Nokero  N202 is a light-weight, highly portable solar light bulb that is perfect for camping, backpacking, emergency lighting, and other off-grid task lighting. It is designed for durability and will withstand years of daily use in the world’s harshest conditions.

“Nokero is the only solar company to win the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Patents for Humanity Award” – Nokero Inc.


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Kiran Kreer is a documentary photographer who travels around Asia and uses images to create awareness about disaster zones, children living in poverty and human rights issues. He is also a lights ambassador with Nokero Inc, Denver, USA since 2012.

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My goal is 10,000 solar lights for children around Asia. To donate solar lights to 5000 families living with no electricity. I’m currently still backpacking, photographing, sharing stories and sending aid to local villages/tribes.

Each Nokero N202 Solar Light cost US$14.00, you can choose to donate as many lights as you wish.

Donate via Paypal/Visa/Mastercard

Or International or Local Bank Transfers:

Bank Name : Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)
Bank Address : 66 Jalan Maarof, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan 59200 Kuala Lumpur.
Beneficiary Name : iMKIRAN Nation
Beneficiary Address : Bangsar South 59200, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Account Number : 514123632561


This chain reaction can only happen with ‘YOU’. When sufficient funds are collected for the total lights needed for that certain area, we will purchase the Nokero solar lights and distribute them to children living with no electricity. Lights mainly for reading. A light for their education.

“You buy a solar light, and we will send it for to children in need. Wouldn’t it be amazing if all of these kids had their own solar light for reading?”  – Kiran Kreer


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“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.” – iMKIRAN













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