Philips donates its new Solar Uday systems to vulnerable families in the north of Ghana

In 2008 Philips donated free of charge a large number of its new Solar Uday systems to vulnerable families in the north of Ghana as part of the Affordable Lighting For All project (ALFA). These systems are distributed by a local NGO New Energy.

This monthly updated videoseries showcases the progress that has been made during the ALFA project in Ghana.

Every month Mr. Amadu of New Energy visits one of the beneficiaries of the Solar Uday lantern to find out how they are using the lantern and how this changed their life.

First episode
Introduction of Mr. Amadu from New Energy about his organisation and the ALFA project.

View the first episode

Second episode
In this episode Mr. Amadu pays a visit to an adult literacy class to find out how they are benefitting from the Solar Uday lantern.

View the second episode

The video's are producerd by Africa Interactive

www.philips.com/offgridlighting
www.africa-interactive.net

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